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, 50255 5007 XX MeF-212-79 q. S. Department of Commerce, National Technical Information Se ~/'LICENSING AND TECHNICAL DETAILS SUPPORT PACKAGE (NTN/SP-78/0330RDS (Selected Technology for Licensing) INCREASING THE ABSORBENCY OF POLYMERIC COMPOSITIONS. PACKAGE INCLUDI•;S : Pat. Appl. S.N. 824,776 'U: S. Patents, Nos. 3,985,616; 4,045,387; & 3,981,100 1 HIGHLY ABSORBENT POLYMERIC COMPOSITIONS DERIVED FROM FLOUR By U. S. Dept. Agr. ~ (PB-257 863 (July 26, 1976) y1NCREASIia6•ABSORBEl1E'Y O! :POLY!lERIC-COMP03IT'YOp3 SY BURIIt by U. S. Dept. Agr. (PB-275 554 (August 15, 1977)) o;~~pnoo .., ,k ~ .1 j ~ .
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50255 5004 r Japan. J. Pharmacol. 31, 221-226 (1981) 81 X Ku NICOTINE.-PHARMACOLOGY/ <r;.~ ..>. - ,_ . . ~~'R4SSOp'.RM'ANSES* Ta NICOTINEr I[y...$ ONTMEOUSLY°ffYPERTENSIVE RATS 1 Takao KUBO and Yoshimi MISU Department of Pharmacology. Yokohama City University School of Medicine, Minami-ku. Yokohama 232. Japan Accepted November 1,1980 t i s r 4 Abstract--Intraventricular administration of nicotine produced a biphasic effect, consisting of an initial rise then a slight fall in blood pressure in unanaesthetized rats. Spontaneously hypertensive rats (SHR) showed increased pressor responses, but these responses were within normal limits in renal hypertensive and_DOCA-saline hypertensive rats. The blood pressure response to nicotine in SHR was abolished by intraventricular -0 0 0 *m0str0onlof 4xameth9nium, but not by atropine given via the same route. Central phentolamine and 6-hydroxydopamine did not affect the -7
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50255 5018 QD rlaerifisl.d. :?ohort Coo2ey, 1904. r.d, 400 ire+.Ar4^yr.:ic comf-euzIa. Neu Ycrk, i:II,y E (1050^52). 5 v . 2 ; oz, Bl btio,=.rz, ;iica1 fcotaotes. Contentss For other listinas cce main entry. 0
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XI gel-80 S.P. TABAK BJB CLASS NO. PAMPHLET XI Hel-80 s.p. ItiG~ASI#A >'!'O1kaeo° .aM%!'!T(W 'r21c Uo=ffa aBTrN cn HEl4v1r- AnT+aKACIW (Norwegens Tabakkosum leicht gestiegen) TABAK 1980, Nr. 55/80, 1 p. (April 23, 1980) (in German) . , 4to 0009 0 2 1 0 - Y • . . t.
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81 II Ba ~ Inhaled razosin in aSthma 50255 5015 O % % U PETER J BARNES, ~ ~ AND COLIN T DOLLERY From the Departments of Medicine and Clinical Pharmacology, Royal Postgraduate Medical School. Hammersmith Hn•n-I ''-' B 1 691/ VCOPYRIGHT / Bp1TI5H MEDICAL •A55- N LONDON MC1H 9 EN Ab,.,.m,, rrazosin, a potent and selective alpha-adrenergic antagonist, was given by inhalation jo nine asthmatic subjects aged 25-48 years (six with positive skin tests). Prazosin 0-5 mg, sal- butamol 1 mg, or placebo were given by nebuliser in randomised double-blind fashion on separate days. Although all subjects showed a significant increase in FEV„ vital capacity, and maximum expiratory flow at 70% of total lung capacity after salbutamol, there was no sigriificant difference between prazosin and placebo. This suggests that alpha-adrenergic receptors are not important in the control of bronchial tone in asthma. The eak bronchodilatation ascribed to alpha- antagonists in previous studies could be exp~in~ b~ther pharmacological actions of the drugs used U~ 0
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_ ~..,.;~.. _Z _'C'~iF./,e -- ., 7 -;, f`'GI . C~.:.;4.4. : S02S'.S 5091 . . ° . -> '` ~ Aus dcm Jrrsritrrt jiir ve;etatire Pl:; si,'t,.rir rler Unirtwrt:ir ~G~, ~t t ~ ~Vilb Ci ~1!T .. s' ~ (J Anst1C?' der nach oralcr Zufu'.r von Urt:ziose, SorWt ullcl Xylit ~.~ Von 0 ~4,4444?" Harald Fiitcsti.t; und Mot:ika ZIEGE 9~ 7 (Gingcgangen am 30. Juli 1971) Swnn:ary Following the oral intake of 50 Em fruct,-c, sorbitol or x%lito!, an increase in the Con- centr:aion of scnmt uric acid from 0.5 to „•as oh;rrN.d. Xylitol provecd to b,, the mo:.t cficctivo suhstancc. Soibitol had the 1: st ctT:ct. Gala;aosc and c.lucose had no cticct ;.vcn itt considerably his!hcr dosacc (up to 203 s m by morrth). S;r;charose, however, in very high dosar,e (200 gm by mouth) rosulted in an increase in the concentration of serum uric acid. ' The incrcase in scn, m uric after iructosc, sorbit~l and xyli!of was due to uric acid synthcsis as tlw uric acid loss during the expcrinuen!s %ti:,s ir,cir~scd. A small measurable increase in b!ood lactateconcentratioa v:as found only::ftr the ingestion of fructose. l)ic Untersuchunoen wurden mit Unterstatzung der Jacques I'frimmer-Geda"chtnisstif- _ . ....~. . rc;t rc__.. _ ~ . . 0 3 0 0 0 a 0 ) 0 0 a
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... _,_ 50255 5023 ....,...._ __,.., _ _.. ~..._~ ._. . V._.._._..~....____.....~___-....____~._......-.._------..._.__ TP 715 Fo 1972 , INFOWSATION SOCRCSS--~ OOD/ COOKBOOZS/ Compiled and Edited by John Forsman GALF. RESEARCH COMPANY DETROIT ltIvr Periodical Literature A Key to over 6600 Recipes Published in Popular Magazines, Arranged According to Recipe Namo, Principal Ingredient. Nationality, and Type of Dish ,
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7s, 1,11 Pe, I ~ INCREASIhtQ:.TIIB.SENSITIV?TY-ANDSELECTIVITY O1t' I COLOR REACTLODIS IN A4USOjTB:-ORClAD1.IC. DIEDIA- ~!~"*'~ . T. V. Petrova, S. B. Savvin, T. G. Dzherayan, and A.. A. Muk ' UDC 543-4 Resort Is sometimes made to the use of aqueous-organic media to increase the sensitivity of color reactions. As the percentage content of the organic solvent increases the yield of reaction product in- crea'ses and there Is a corresponding increase In the absorbance of the solutions. The nature of the spectra does not undergo any significant changes In the process. This effect is observed in the case of reaoents of t3eArsenazo III group - 2,?-bisazo chromotropic acid derivatives - In those cases when these reagents ~ 3© o fl o o 4 o x o M
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. .,... . .. ~...y.,. 50255 5028 L)u f A Gui'ie to Current ,- Goverr.ment and Industry Supported Air Follution Research : u;d, Pstvivia A. I:;ri's`-" TO `." :;:.t'JNUTtrY R'F3iA.RCtI. A Cuide to Cu:: :,nt Covc±tnt^at rr.-ft Xcla-I,:ry ~u, ported Air YvlIution F.a3e2tcal 1963 164 Pr.;;;e3 Sis;.o Urniveralr,y i:nivarait..p a-I. Cender for ai: F.r.~~ira~;,~nt studies ...._..,.. 4 j 4 0 ") . a D `1 U 3 5
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, _ ._._ ..._.. ...i. ~ 50255 5031 TA 401 Am 1973 1973 ANNUAL BOOK OF ASTM STANDARDS PART 33 Index toASTM Standards Pria :.25 01-03307142 AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR TESTING AND MATERIALS 1916 Race St, Philadelplra. Pa. 19103 .Tr I
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- ~.,...o... 50255 5026 AQif. .o a / -593 -411(/yTi4 UNE 1 tQ60t J 974 EE3 i., I ct..1ifGfc t 11 Mi ~ I ~•.w+......e.r {{I -7SS.P - JOUR'NAL 0F THE ENVIRONME,NTAL ENGINEERING DIVISION CONSUMERS ~~TER Q~UrALI ~ ~,-t !iy Thomas M. lYalskil and Frank L. Parker,= bt. ASCE lr<taooum>oh Until recently, the most fundamental procedure for describing the quality of a body of water was to assign to it an adjective such as clear, rr.uddy, , foul, etc. Such a procedure, while desirable in its simplicity, leaves a great deal to be desired in its rigor and reproducability. Therefore, scientists have substituted, in place of these descriptors, measurements of specific characteristics of the water body, which can be used to describe water quality. Parameters such as dissolvcd oxvo~w p J_~. .•r,~•«---••••- Q n J - r
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502SS 502% _.~....~.. . ~•FA INDI°~y'YO1 AIR p6LLUTIU;,ftESEA~CH. A G~J5.n1? T47~ ~ 57~ NO\-~?L',(,?FIT. ~,i~l•t3- ii4JttS'ikX SiJPY(3itT}:D~AIR PULLtTIt}`~ .SEARi:N: ' hlxP.'r.SEARi:N : Zav;3X TO s;r R MLLtJT:ON RP.SL'018CEi. A `i0 MND L'. `USTRY SU'pPOiRTED " AI:? p•, F,Lli Ir. Q.I 8 F.S..P.l:CH. 1967 111 I> _gss I PRnn3ylv::,ia Steta tTr'.iversit} *onter for Air E-3v2S r-J"Weat St.udies, ;;-,j.vnaaigy : a:k, Pa.
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1~'-?~lclliyl-N-2-ltt'(tP)11)'1`)-yir<i(lu~iteur,iud ti~l 1'otc:it •'~IcttiuVlttittc Uxitla-,-c Itiltil,itur C. F. IluF:uxeu, Ia,txx M. Doxocttur:, A. J. I't.uatNteR, nxo P. A. 1'utcxe>s Rrxturch Dcpar(nun(, C.'Il1a Phurniacudicnl Company, 1)irisiou of ('11fa ('orporulion, Sum+uit, .\•rrr Jir,.•ry Rrcrircd J; ny 2/„ 19GG The synthr.is nf a scriiw of lcrti:lr\• ind:instninr` aiid ri•L•ilcd rv,mlNmi:td. ,•unlsiniat; an \-_'-tuoqpyny1 -u6- rlitutrot is dts-cril,ril. :lnirnit; lhis t,critw.are tu•n(1 :uul 10,'1':ibIr 1) %% hirh at-c amfmt; thc m-t I1ntrnt nmine.:cid;isc inhibitur; y cl reported. Sume activilv-: lructure corrcktiwls h:we Lccn madc. 1 t;:tu t~ . C"~fac, lluxu~:ut t:, I'f.ummF:tt, .txl, I ttu~h:,i 4-111tIhnvv .~..,~i.., i.,....•t..t.. :. e ....a...: .. .. .. , tniurs,' anal~t•.;irs, ;tful nuottoatuint• oxitlasc iuliiliilon,' l,t•ntut,t(cl u• lu •yutht•cir.c ;t l,rt,l,ynyluminc ronlaiuing this tuoirty. '1'hiti fulluwr<I thc t•t•Ixlr6 of tltc mono- atmiitc oxi(Icisc inhihilory activi6y of \-mcthy1-\ -2- IrroltyuyIhcnzy'I:u,tine (pargylint').' The tir,t cotn- txnnul I,rel>artvl, ~-mctl~yl-\-~-Inot,y tty'I-1-intL•tnan,inc (1),' xhrnwccl al,pruxin,atcly 20 Iimrs lltc ,tctivily of I.trt;y~tc ~tl i~iulQcl it~.cr~inUI. (~c t&:6~lc~i, irrcvt•rsiblc mono:uutnc oxttlase it,l,ihitur known. 11'c ul•n wi.h to rc•lturt rnt n fctV c•ottl;rtst•ra of I l,rcytst•c(1 __Jy~<y~~ ~ur etrli. il~•-cirurf tuL.111~111i1~1: l1• (7':,l~lr R 1Onr• % I I • I 2,R'• 11: R• ~CIL(==( tl 8,tt' - C_Fl,.: lt" o• Cli C:--('It 4, It'- ('11('---f'I I: R" -('I LC-(•lI ll; lt"-• Ct('N:).C=('il 7,1t'°Cil;; R"-C'ICIt.,e C=CII R \'ol. 9
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50255 5022 76 X Hu..'J9 Hunter Crn,nmittee $mokicn4 Health, 2M g4Ppztl<- DEVELOPMENTS IN TOBACCO PRODUCTS AND THE POSSIBZLZTY OF "LOWER risk" CICARETTES. Chairman: The Lord Hunter of Newinqton Department of Health & Social Security, Department of Health and SociR Services, Northern Ireland Scottish Home and Health Department Welsh Off ice London: Her Majesty's Stationery Office Jan. 1979 DO NOT HAND OUT WITH OK 0F RCC. O~~Ocl:00 4 029 _ k-, ,
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.~.~r.... r*-~- 50255 5034 1966 47 p. I U. S. Dept. Ap,ric! Washington 0 ;S a 0(i a 04 04 1 196~ 4LIQ1=~,~~Y~ ~.SUPPLF'MT:ST 15. PAPASITF SUBJECP C:.Ty"Ui,4•L;« IIumphrey, J13i~t.a ~` IIdD.riK- CATAi.CGUE OF MEDICAI. .5:,'D ',iaa ' :T„4,fi7 ZOOLOGY. SliPPLE::•iENT 15. PaR+LS;TE-Su3.3ECT CATALOCUE, ?Arse!S:T::S: PROTOZOA, by Jcdith M. Humphrey and Dorothy B. Segal. 0 V,
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T 215 Un 1972 U.S. DEPARTtdENT OF._ COMtdERCE , I U 3 t~ 0~~? fl Patent > Of fice . 0 4 5
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~----~ _ 502SS S035 . Composite Can and Tube Institute, VashinRton, D.C. C-135 CCTI Standard Testing Procedure ScptemlN!r 1976 : COMPOSITE CANS Stwntard• Teatfnit ProceduraR. P r IV ~ pressure or vacuum- closing equipment, or with Pressure / Vacuum Retention OBJECTIVE To provide methods for checking the pressure or vacuutn retention capabilities of individual com- posite cans. Methods are provided for use with mm) or greaterl, and with a tip having a radius of approximately 0.1 in. (3 mm). (2) For Method A, a pressure seamer capable of pressurizing cans to 8 psi (55 kPa). (3) For Method B, a vacuum seamer capable of 10 in. Hg (254 mm (I;) vacuum seaming. conventional closing equipment. (4) MATERIAL AND EQUIPMENT (a) (b) wide.2 0.-j-- tl tI tl 0 0~ Q 4..2 For Methods C and D: Conventional can closing equipment. Vinyl plastic electrical tape 3/4 in. (19 mm) .
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. . ., .: R. XIMe~ 77• S.P. RJR CLASS N0, PAPfP11LET XI. 1•fel-77 s.p to n -Sa l em. ~fius ston-Salem Journal r AI~ IN~Fr,A9rII~G 'd1lMl33~ilt' E?'leY ~CC?P€~: •~R$'`'~#lOi~PT.~TG°'?~T`~C1iJVE?dZEr`CE 3'h?RGS9 ~1DR ' BW SWCit"XSt-CTiGG1tRET"i'ES. i' st -S l J I 0 between 3 p.m. and closing (usually 11 p.m.). and more than 50 :..~• ~._:..:_.. _ ~ _.~.-- --.. ~~Iore than•...70 per cent of the transactions «ece made, on n a ea our 1971 p 52 (June 30 1977) (i Elih) U.,.,nngs per cent of the stores' sales came on Friday, nights -and weekends;., . . , .~,....,. . -Sixty per cent of the store managers who were surveyed said their best year ever. / , I f'J'i6 was • profit after taxes of 1.5 per cent; - The average store has weekly sales of $5,568. and makes a. atore, buys three items, and spends $1.52; -The best-selling items, in order, are tobacco products, inilk, grocery itcros. beer and soft drinks; '. ' a. 77 ~ S0255 5011. • r . ., = The average customer spends less than five minutes in the, •• . . 0 3 c~ 0 n' n 0') o i 8 Y
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_.A...ftP. _~..~ Ac~ 7-S 5o2ss 5021 d.?0 XI Me2-77 TDBACC(1--GRF.AT R?'ITAIN/ RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET XI Me2-77 s. p. Gr S.p. ~ Independent Scientific Committee SmokinS pealth, Gt. Rrit. , HUNTER COrIIdITTEE DECISION ON TOBACCO SUBSTITUTES. Independent Sci. Corun. Smoking Ilealth, News Release ; Gt. Brit. (1977) h ) (in Englis ; *Abstr. in: Department Health Social Security, London, Report No. 77/81 (Pfar 31, 1977)*(in English) _ ~ The Independent Scientific Committee on Smoking and Health (the Hunter IConumittee) has decided to raise no objection, on the scientific data submitted i to it, to the carefully controlled use of two tobacco substitutes in cigarettes ~ ifor sale in this country; but before arLy cigarettes containing the substitutes, i,Cytrel and PSM (New Swking Ataterial), are marketed the Committee will require : the companies concerned to obtain the Committeels agreement to their methods of i conducting long-term human health studios and to aet a firm date for the startJ of those studies. - 1 . _ .... . . .. % TT"Vr ~. 03' 0 0(l tl ~~ A 2,'~3 0
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SPECIFICATIONS/ _PERIODICALS/ ~~,~~~4I~AFDS-ABW i~~~hB£Rl~if~ P~3H~IE'MZ~NS~'ER vEZlectronic Industries Association, Engineering Department' 2001 Eye St. N. jd., Washington, D. C. 20006 June 1976
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, t + TP ' 37o Ntt p . . IhiDEX 50255 Soaa- FEDERAL FOOD; . DRUG, AND . ~,h.~7 . COSIME-'I'IC ACT CIiARLES WESLEY DU;~ \' or T8= Hew ro+L ).a G. E. STI:CHrItT , CO. INE«' YOI3Ii 1940 0 30 a n o0 4 0s I . i I
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.- _....M.. 81 X Fr . SMOKING AND HEALTH/TOBACCO--SMOKING--HEALTH EFFECT/ 50255 5048 RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET 81 X Fr Franck, R. (Bundesgesundheitsamt a. D., Berlin) THE "INDEX OP INJURIOUS SUESTANCES" F0IL CIGARETTE9 AND SMOKER EDUCATION3 *(Der Schadstoffindex fur Zigaretten und die Raucheraufklarung.)* Bundesgesundhbl 14, No. 2, 28-29 (1981) (in German - complete English translation available) *Keywords:* nitric oxide, smoke, constituent; carbon monoxide, smoke, constituent; nicotine, smoke, constituent; In summary, then, the index of injurious substances does not seem suibable for enlightening the consumer on the content of substances in cigarette smoke that are objectionable for him. o3oQcloo 9 oS5
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502SS S03! XX HeF-E-421-73 At the very beginning of my associa- tion with this group, we had instructional meetings concerning the fundamentals of microbiology, rersonal hygiene, emi- ronmental cleanlin~ss, refrigc:a:inn, and the applications of these basic health con- cepts and facts in the food service indus- try. They have requested some guidelines to measure their performance, -and of course want to be assured that thev are in conformity with accepted standards. S- far ?s tbey arc concesncd, t!:e lire must be practical, achieveablt, use- ful, and acceptable to the rcguf,irorv agency. The product must be safe, and _,rrao ~inn __Penn ~_ ~thQ_Lru~erstand__ safety is a relative term. 0 3~ 4 tl tl 0 ) 0 4 b FOUD-• - $A.NITAIICN! Jour. Environ. Health 35(lNo.l) 35-38(July/Aug.19:,' By Samuel H. Hopper, Ph.D., Director of Graduate Program Health AdministratiQn, Indiana University School of Medicine This report deals with the intcrprcta- tion, and acccptancc of health rctulatiun. by a nutional food service businc.s fur which the author has been a public health consultant. It is interesting to con%parc the vieµ•point of the regulatory agcncics and their prufc,.sional people with a group of intellivvnt, law abiding, fine people who don't ueder>tand eovcrnmcn- tal health regulations and %•ho have little or no background in the biological tici- -tttccs.-Onc resu!t-c>f this t) pc-of situation is a considerable amount of misur,dcr• standing, and as usual, it can be alfcvi- ated with improv~_d methods of commu-
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-~......~.. . 50255 SOrS RJR CLASS NO. TEXTbOOK TA 401 Un 1982 U.S. General Services Administration.Federal Supply Service. INDEX OF FEDERAL SPECIFICATIONS, STANDARDS AND COMMERCIAL ITEM DESCRIPTIONS. Older editions under XX UnD-6 s.p.<~y~, Afek's U.S. GovernMent Printing Office, Superintendent of DocuMents. Washington, DC.82.(IN : ENG.) ISN = 1564 0 3 0 o n 0 09 0 5 2 -4 -A
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r =7 5 0255 5046 BRITISH $OD MANUFACTURTNG IVDUSTRIES RESEARCH ASSOCIATION/ ~ 72 XX Br-79 ~j~~-~ `.w ~_zr.6.~r w[wo Y6b ~ R • t. ~ \i o._..s ~ ~ CLAIRE F. KING., B.Sc. F,,, a r. .. -I ..... ~V,w.. ...:..~ :t1 1... .4 ~ . a : -..- ~. 03QOn 0 0 9 0
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50255 soss xia, 3,i8 p. 27 em. 1. cubject Aeadings-.lied tcine. 2. Index medicus. i. Tit:a. ZGV5. L1I-1fi U5 025.3361 6042; i" Library of Congress i5J I . ~'.^ . ~---~ !U , a.Waiitsis ; z y-4T ,. ~ and cro~s references used in the Indei rnedicus and the \ a- C,~f tional Library of Jledicine catalog. 1st ed. Wa-hir.~ton, E ~ U. S. I)ept. of Ifealth, Educaticn, and Welfare, Pu51i,, i 1lealt h Service, 1JG0. v'~` _llediral subject headings; main heaciings, subhe! ; L. •_. . c[c~J)2Q t-rary of , e acxne. Pulaic ae:ulLh S~rvice. ; - C/ i-.• lL'I. 1lI1.. I
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_ ~....A.. ----- - - *T 501S5 5002 I I%L*A: g,r+crs±fiff; ~,*mityst' ycar8v& ot universit'n s.rd ci higlw~+edt~-#ivwa~it>r!tita~~, ~tad!~nit9, srciiiaa, iirrA r;e~ Plt,tanicat 'attd cooto~,*icat pardea<, .nu- eet uus, obserr;~~ 1~ar>c.a~:>~ocioti~s. Paris, Dunod tetc.y 1 v. 1C~-24 cm. annuPl. 1; itl Pnbllcntion awgMnded 1910-51. Ycia. for )0.;2/53- callM1 19th- year. $[ibtttie vart•~9. FounJe.i 1:nd for eqme years wilted by R. de Jtontes~us da %3 t! :e. 1. Ur:icr.r.%lii^s and rollrges-Tearbooks. 2. Lcvrued :?,iii ,r.s r,~d soctctte•r-Yearlrooks. i.:~tontessus de Calic:e, P.ctart !~ c r::v'.,? Bernard, vtcomtede, 1870-• ed. 7.101. AZ 152 Ltbrary of Congress t21 o~ r7 o n i~ o~ 0 s4 o i-3:-„"_"
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50255 5057 f ~`A 90 A i .~~ Ad~~ ;s, rl«u~;:as 1'a~'tie, 1~)g_ A : ed ' --~ ~ l I n adea 41f nol.):~~ . ~`'.ns , ` New 1' ' . j~ . i, , 3 the Teey no~o• Pr~.,Sa of orb, I ;~blis?ied juinti3 I h. no_'o~~ •• ~ .~n „3 (2 J. 1S'ilet~ t1G~), u~etts L:stitute of Te<h. hr, 274 p. ~3 em. ;I ~ 1. Nomography (3fathematlc=)-jadzXe*, r, T1tle. Z615354.N6135 016.51084 ~ ~~ ~0--6T 13 Lib:ary of 0ongress ~51:10~ 0300000 4064 --- ;,~•,,,~i
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PERIODI.CALS--INDEXES~ . PER~ODI;Cqt,S~~hJ~D~G~~t ~ Index NLM Srr Tidc-, ISSN 01G2-GG.3f) NATIONf1L LII3I:AI:Yof NIEUI(:INE i REF Z 1007 Un 1980 { , INDEXOFNLM SERIAL: TITLES 3rd edition 1980 A--L; M--Z . 0 3 ~ Q n a Q~I Q - I v.s. ~ ~ Public HoHh Service Nadonal lmrituhs of Health NA17O)LV. LIBNANY OF.%iF.D/CINF. 8GOO liorl.illc Pikr. Bnlxxda.Marylaixf N)NYJ NIH PuLieaoon No.80-314 •, . . .
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-~--'---_ . .. _- -- - ---- . . . r 50255 5059 .:. _-A-i NOMENCLATURE--ORGANIC CHEMISTRY/CHF..PtISTRY, ORGANIC--STRUCTURE/ALICYCLIC COMPOUNDS/ CHEMICAL COMPOUNDS--HANDBOOR/ REP Q 123 Am 1976 Amerxcan Chemical Societq;JChemical Abstracts Service PARENT COMPOUND HANDBOOK, RING PARENTS I (FBBBF-JVBTE) PARENT COMPOUND HANDBOOK, RING PARENTS II (File I & II) '~' Ifpr. !~(7J.iY.y~LtG.tiri4?y~"LO. (vith current updates) INDEX OF PARENT COMPOUNDS: 1st cumulative supplement Apr. 1977 CAGE PARENTS: BBBBB-BPZZY ACYCLIC STEREO PARENTS: BQBBR-BZZZP CYCLIC STEREO PARENTS: CBBC-DZZR RING PARENTS II IMB&-OF.. FAREW..COMPMMM •1 RING ANALYSIS INDEX RING SUBSTRUCTURE INDEX INDEX OF PARENT COMPOUNDS JW PARENT NAME INDEX ARENT FORMULA INDEX , /5ISWESSER LINE NOTATION INDEX PARENT REGISTRY hTMIiER INDEX . 0 3" 0 0 0 0 09 0 6 5 . _. _..,
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50255 5050 Entomolo-ical ;ociety of Acnerica. Index P.C to the li ~cr of E21toi~010c..T -,~~ture R*~erics~~ ~;c _,. , Jan. tw Ir. F. Fic:c,Res. ;'.zct.in-ton, 528 p. 24 cm. U 3 n0 n i~ 4~0 ' 7 +e: .
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50255 5061 P:ariier years found lu the Annual report of the .,numiscioCer cf y.ltents ( t". S. 1'citent olTt(Y) Feund also In the :1nr.ual renort ~)f the irnitr.is.ai.mer of p.:t~-uts twlth indeces, etc.t 1f1'r1- (U. S. F.ttettt olTr.e) 1S ashli1 r iQily vT. S. Gort. ; rint. cm.,1921- v. ~ lq r_m. 1. Patents-U. S. r. Title. '1'223.U3 608 ~ - .' Lr iAt•ary of Congress - h:ylqlt I 0 3 0 o n n 4 9 0 68 ~ -ae 1`i or-I ~.:!1 ' 1-1i f'. ~ I • r ', ~ ; . : O: zicira U. S. ;`I',~t.;~C ; Ga ;efi.ts Indes of patents i-3ued f.iv;n tln~ Litit.~d ;,tutes offi^e. 1924- « ~.,;. . - ~.~ . _ ___._.-----------
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50255 5062 i UnI12 0 3 0 0 n ,) 0 ) 0 6 9 IPiDf~~X OF PATL:14TS I3: UED :'RGa ':r.L U. S. PATLil'1' 'OF7ICE., CRCSS R;:FEiv,NCE CL:^.S:;ES t 71-31,.~~ ^ i a> ,.X C. ~ ~.,~.~. r--....._-.._ ..~ r.-~ . .;4 .ra...1 ..07 ..al .... _.- i•.i..o v.:~.. ~ .._-, a.-_.,,.. .... . . (~ . _.S '1I'.•l. -J...I, O - ' i! A riicrof i lm. _ ... . .. i - .~a ll -- __-- ~,.,,,.
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r 50255 5052 96 X~++i~t~ Ct ~' 2S~'~:i~a~e c~t"3peatrc~l~ea!fic~•3. aaw~l.y~aie. j QC 1leggQrs, William Frederick, 1SSS- cfirnp. 451 Index to the literature on spectr,,chemi-,tl ar.cilysif~, X '' 2cl ed. Bc « illiiim F.1ter~~crs ~r~~l I;rnirdon !'- Scribtrer. Pnblication spo~r<creci b~ Com~riit!rc I: s o:. ~, trohraphic fln1lVSls oi the _lmeric:tn s.xicty for materials. Philadelphia, Pa., American society for mnteri.a~ t1J1I-~- ~ ~L pts. 23 cm. The name of R,ou!•doa F'. Seribner appearc first o.^n t.-p. of r•r. Part l compiled fronr the Ruroau of stnndar,ts car~i cnhih>,u~ ~: publicntfons on atomic spt.•cU•a. cj. Introd. pt. 1. CosrENts-ipt. q 1!1211-19,39.•-pt. it. 10a0-1?15. (wntfnaed`o'a-nezt cardi 41--1 ia,;3r-1-.bz2j o3~an~z 4~c~;9 J
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50255 5063 i q I 1 Unxj $ , ifC-- U, S. PP,Ti?i~1' C~"s~sG~ti . Ct"r.It:Ii+~1b- GI,t~S:i 3~,Z--? i~J. 1,T0 Cl (,~.~-^idrcti n _'n , :~ .... I,-n .. T,'1~ ltth/J (~1t_r. . _. ~. ..._ . n i. . .. .. ~ A Microfilm. w 0 3 n 0 n u a ) 0 7 0
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\ 1 I i S02SS 5067 i • :7 Ct. Brit. .tl.'r.a*.,rlry uj :lrirtlAnn An indcx of published iutra-rcd spectta, edited by 3finis- iry of Ariatiwi, Technicai Informtition and Library Serv- icm Loadon, H.'.1[. Staticnery Off.,1t+t10. 2 v. (ri, 8% p.) 34 em 1. ftectrnm, Ynfrr•rerl--DtbL ; ~ Z7144.S7Cr6S :. ~ 01ti.53'SS12 61-3."L1 . _ .~ Ubrary of G>ogress i1l 0 3~ 0 n n 0 9 0 7 4 ~
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_ ~....,.. bb - i+ 50255 5065 ls,d,•,X.c•f 1-tant diseases ... i t 1. Plant S. 1. Vegetnble path~lo_.-~. S.i i. '1'ttl:.. 1:. Titat YiuUt jRStC of :r:;or,an;e tu N.•ith culturi•. (5:~r1:,~i ) c;;?.o~73 II. :;. Polct. ot Azr. Libr. 0 1A;S4Ah no. 1C5 for 7.f}•rary ot i'or. Trt.a r5' i 0:~ Q 0 t~ ta 0 4 0 T x I I I
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50255 5059 ~ As"1 19>5~I95~~F ~ S Ci! '_X `C F • F 1'.l'.a7 P V J•«~' ,1JPZD 6.'• z;~~ s~~z4 . . . , - . ~ . ,~) 0 3 n 0 n ~ 0 9 U Q 5
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:_....,...:_ ._. . _ ___..._. . . . _ _...~_. . . 50255 5073 I InRl 79 INEfE!(`°'1`'0 A(dtAI, SCIF.NCES & HtTMAlQITIF.S PROf'EEDINCS1 NUM6ER 1 JAN•MARCli 1979 M ~ ~~n Institute for Scientific lnformation'° 0 0 3 n a n. a p~) U 8 o 11 1
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50255 5072 __~..~_.._..._,..._.. .,t ..,..,..`....._...... _ _.~_~..,..~. - - -....,-.,~..-- - - -___. Ref. J R 850 Un I*m~ "Sect'-I-ot"t, 'v. 1. U. S, !'.Apa_*tment oi Hea? th, Education, and Welfare, iTiiCionel Institutes of HNa1th, of P.qscr,rch Lt~ints Vol. 1. 1ndeX o. ~ v.. n ... .__: ._ r. t.. t. - ..estiv<u~i, rv;. e. viwl~ ~.w, va. <aie~{ u<va~~ u;i_ • List, RQseatch Contrac+ts, A?., ~1a'~atical L: ~t of Inv.1s::.i.gaZors. 1959 2 Zo1L. U. S. Dept. Health, Education, Welfare, aashir..gton, D. C. 0 a 3 0 0 ~~~ ~~ n%~
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M1 50255 5064 ~1i!QM^Fit '?u T..': 'i ! . ~ .' .. . .. ~~ U~. TT. v / , ' ~ v. tr. ~ig~•ic~~i~~~ral R~...re~zrch ~S'ervice. Gro l, p, ev,<rrch ~J-+ I ~ 8iti)l. htilos of phlnt c?iseases in the ITnited 4tatr.s. ton. ;:ii;(1. :1, 531 p. m,rtPs. 27 ccr.. (tU. S. Dept. of .•1.;ricniii:rr; <' 1 cult;tr•! h:..,r:bottk no. 16:j) At Iteitd of title: Plant j4osts. o2 Irepnrtance to agriculture. Satcrsec!es U. S. liel,t. of :lcricttltur,•. ne-)arcmt•rt 1?'+, a p[ in iFte ~. . . . •... . . 1'. J. .1n, L•,•: ,n, :ttt.i r placrs, c: iti: rt:[ t hnrrr. ;n .... .. , I:ur,~au ot t'i,utt In;tu try, ~t ils• zr.d 1)Igoa•e Survn3•. Sl,eCial [!tb:lcariv~, r,•. 1, 't!tl.-z ut ;t+:•'t t''' , In the T.;uitetl 1-tates by F.:1. ~ (Con:in,:ed on ne~-t card i ~ X, ~ ~ t!-)•It ` .:gt• i„•--.._ -04
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--.,,,.k,, . ..........~, ~ ... > ._._ . s0255 5060 - NOMENCLATURE--ORGANIC CHE."SISI'RY/CHE.*fISTRY, ORGANIC--STRUCTURE/ALICYCLIC COMPOUr'DS! CHEMICAL COMPOUATDS--HANDBOOK/ REF Q 123 Am 1976 (with current updates) AmerYcan Chemical Societq,JChernical Abstracts Service PARENT COMPOUND HANDBOOK, RING PARENTS I(FBBBF-.NBTE) PAP.F.NT COMPOUND HANDBOOK, RING PARENTS II (File I & II) CAGE PARENTS: BBBBB-BPZZY f irr7•. 1 977.&A c.r.r.ca...r IDIDER, OY- PARENT COMOUNDS.a_ 1st cwuvlativa• supplemeat Apr. 1977 ACYCLIC STEREO PARENTS: BQBBR-BZZZP CYCLIC STEREO PARENTS: CBBC-DZZR RING PARENTS II INDEX OF PARENT COMPOUNDS I RING ANALYSIS INDEX RING SUBSTRUCTURE INDEX INDEX OF PARENT COMPOUNDS II PARENT NAME INDEX ARENT FORMULA INDEX y/.WISWF.SSER LINE NOTATION INDEX P.IRENT REGISTRY NUMBER INDEX o S n o n 0 0 1 0 6 7 . r
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_- w, vy- . Ay.,v. 50255 502• , ~i;~. ~ ~07 .. D., cre.ted. in- for car the A's '.t \ ~f''t~.i - 7.J" S.p. P R V R~ MO OSEO 1 E llUi'ION TROf1tY Bruce Mcoufftn and Jonathan T, Meney, laboratory ,, for Treea I~fa~hods"a "nd Cnvir'ore,~ntsl annlysie, Oepertment of Chemistry, State Univ- arslty of New York et Binghamton, 8lnqhsmton, N.Y., 13901. A River Pollution Index (RPI) conefatino of at lpast aeven water qi:elfty rbremetere snd s thermal factor hee been develooed over the past two yeere. In the lndcx, which is a linear sum of terms normalized for the number of terms included, each perams!nr is expressed as a ratio of the obeerved concentration level to the wnoturel" or unpol- luted level. The peremwtere used are % Oxygen Deficit, 8iodenredeble Oroenlc Mntter based on 800, Refractory Oroenic matter beend on COD minus BOU,^fixed SuepnndPd netter, Average Nutrient Excesa (besed on iotal N end Totel P04), Specific Conductenco, 'Ind en exponential tamporeturs factor. So far the RPI concept hes oeen toeted using data for the Susquehenno River upstream end downstream from the Binghemton aree, which ehows tha impact of the metropolitan area on the water quality, end uesnq date from the New York State Water Quelsty Surveslance Natwork, for the Upper SueQuehenne, Upper polewore, 11lohawk, end lowor Hodson Besina, which ehowe the relative water quality of those rivers, Other perametera, besed on pH, toxic eubatencss, and eeethatsc fectora euch ee color and odor, can be lricluded to make the RPI a more coTolate cherecterizstinn. Additional informetinn about a oertieuler aemole is given by RPI Profile Charts, which show the breakdown of tho RPI a~onng the various terme. Son,e examples aill depict the variety of profiles observed for samples having roughly the same RPI value. ^logerithw of Coliform Bectsris count, 1i« THE NA1L'RE OF C'dEMSTRY TN 7tnt nA~nr.. 03 0 0 tl 0 09 0 •J 1
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.. .aJrMN1.. 50255 5076 .~ .~ i ~ ';it•h ~lnt~irr~~#~t~lv ftte8n! frf f ice. OT'fici ~ u,ry'ice. ~ t?azetto 1. • f •1 L' J St t 1' ~ 1 c a ea -1 ,0 •+- Iiutex of tr;ulo-marua t sucid roui ..t~ :.:. oftix. j Wasliim-ton; U. S. Ct>Vt. print. oft., 1928--~ l. Trade-marks-U. S. c. Title. `I223.V4A2 ( . .... ) Library of Congre-,.st--/ [603J t'r4lll 655.620973 30--:c>:3? ---'---~- 0 :1 nonn0 9 0 .1 3
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q . _ ..~...~,.. 'MAO, w... ~. 50255 5074 1 xrm'~.br the tc:l,nic,ml stnlf o: 7).v&. -1;an,,aester, T-f;crieql-hn r'., 1.1'; ',. 159 Dr 23} cm. 30% i 1 ! ! I (B67-7om) -- 1. Textilo eLemicals. r, The Internattoual dyer. MU9.I 48 677'.0~2$ 67-y7S1D Idhrary of roribress i3; 0 3 0 a ('1 u q `) U ti 1
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.. ~,.~..>r.. 50255 S078 REF. z 1007 In 19~k) / Y... KRlvDEfl.L5---- A COMPUTER-GENE^ATED ~; c ~ GUIDE Ist to IM SELECTEA TITLES by AUTHOR and SUBJECT NFORROATAN NTEATIONAL i NCORPORATHD , J
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50255 5082 REF z 1223 U. S. GOVERNMFNT PURLI ATInNS/ ANDEXED 2LlCrGRAPNY V Un 1975 y OF vi6FFICE OF RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT REPORTq UPDATED TO JANUARY 1975 ; by EPA-600/9-74-002 PUBLICATIONS STAFF March 1975 Office of Program Management , U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Office of Research and Development Washington, D.C. 20460 I 0 3 0 0 n o 09 0 8 9 ' ._..~ ..,v.~_.. ......,...,~._,•._.,......r.........~..~.q..,....•.,~....~•.r.. . ~
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50255 5071 S Kharas-;u, tiorman. InraFS to reviews, symposia volumes, and monograPhe in orgar-ic chemistry for the period 1940-1960. Compiled and edited by Norman I01aras0h and Walter Wolf and Elaine C. Y. H: rrison. New York, Pergamon Press, 1962. v.at, &!5 p. 29 cni. I ~'i~i - , ~ ~/ . Yr /;', : • ~ F.ept up to date by annual volumes. 1. l7.'aemistry, Organla-BlbL i. Title. Z5524.O8K5 016.547 Llbrary of Congress L101 o : 3 n o n n o1 u 78 61-1R?96
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.a 50255 5075- 1 _ _..._ :.~,. ._ ._._. ._.. ~. ~~...-.........~..~_,.• ...,. ; . ~ . . ~~'~~t4'~+'' _A1~D . CO:~tc)N NAI~S PF~ ` FoR~tb~•.,~ . ac~IBR . Y~inMACacABIC AOErrt;1~ U. S. air FaCCe, Air Forc* S;ls.ems Ca.:~~and, D,-p,.:t}• lor i'oYt•igil TaCHr:oloF'}/, MYdical L'ivision, Brooks Air korc4c BasH; Tovas INDYX OF TFL'J)u, C'HF.MIC.4L AN-3 CO:"'ON' tIA?:~:~ OF Ftb?,i.:?C'~! A:<tt 1965 3? ;=;). F.i.r For:e S,•a_?:as Ccmccazd nrooka Air rorce T.1no°.9 0- G 3np~~~ ~u 3 2
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.. ~. . _ . . .. ....~-d.:- . 50255 5084 . I4fj*w*Ks* - Po t+ie'dicxtsf,~ : 91i?i.7F.C'i' INbr".X TO AIEW SEeYTJA7. TI`fT.FS 19S0-1955 Y.9E1 , 434 Pagan Pie°3an ?rcas Ann Axh,~r, MSchygrtr. i 03 0 0 1`1 Ci () 9 0 9 1 I
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50255 5088 .••4A.,W:2':~.-t ~~•!9t0 1~'5 alv UtL i,sd Stn+t.s ?':,- ~~ weat a.'f* L^.bor.: -• .~•,-. «ir,~e 1':i9 to 11,138. E~ at~ ~ tl 0 il '-) 0 9 a
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s02sS 5080 TA 401- Un 1971 Aiat.•vur. Stand. (U.S:1. Spec. pubt: 329, t,b00 pages (1car. 19711 • 4 . . 5, National Iiurcau of Standards.Special P.ublicatior( 39~9.•.::: .: ; FNGIK,EERING».: SOCZETIF.S/STltPiDAKDSf •: ... ~• . '' • CODEi`!: XNBSA .. ~ lssued Afuch 1971 Issued by \atiunal Standardization Organizations in the Unitcd.States . Standards, Specifications. Test Methods, and Recommended Practices i Coverin- those ' l0 "„St"dftY'ds ; William J. Slattcry,, Editor - Ui\'ITED STATES DEPARTi+1ENT OF' COIIAIEI{CE • 1iAuluCE H. STANS Institute for Applied Technology NATIONAL BCREA[: OF STANDABUS • LE:cts M. BRANscc,+tn, Director National Bureau of Standat:ds W ashin~tun, I).C: 2013~ 0 3 nona a1 na 'I i' f.
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50233 3077 ;; PERIOPICALS-:-IaDEXE StICOVEF.lOtENT PUIi~t ICATIOI~jE~.S.COVERt11`lT;NT PUBL~;C~ITIONSf _ , INFORi•WTION SOURCES--U. S .(~DVF~RPiPfENT% . ~~ fflf sl13gsff " FENFACILS4 Fublisr+er. Mn Waiters. Jr. Gditoe: tUSan Carpenter Proast Consultant GrAs 1{' . RobertsoR. Professor of LUbrsry 1ldministration. WeiMenity at Ulinou Chicago Ciecft Campus . . ? , 'A COMl'UXER-GE'1tERATED GUIDE TO SELECTED TITLES BY AUTHOR AND SUBjECT ' ~ CHICAGO •TANUARY ticoti r,-: MARCH 1974 . ' . X Iradexing sanrice by EOtT. INCORPORATED Mar/ Russefl. Executive Vice President Jean Koepke. Director of Jndexinq Services Assotiate Indexsrs: Eugenia Collins Florence Ciomien Mary Oav;s Roberia KanQilaski INFORDATA d1!lTERNATlONAL tNCORPORATEL7; [I • '9 - r+r.~~.T.~..r f . ~ . . . . - . . . - _ . ` I
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., z 699 Ja In.i exi.s,g; 50255 5092 Jahoda, C~.-.ajcs I:3:'JR`A1I3"t F-TORAGE AND aYSiE'1S FOR ItJDIVIDU.'4L SEa"uIRCHEiw (Ir.fo:,:at1-,n "c:c:cca 1970 135 1'--go8 Wil -y--YuteMsol. nes ?,ev Y.,_ k ~ 3 ~ Q ~1 G 4i c7 9 9
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...: _ ~.....~... . ... A 50255 5087 ~kL -~ ~ UnD5 (1969) U. S. DepzeL tmact o Labor, Bisrr.au of Labor Statist3.cs i : Ii~:DF.KES OF OiTi PU2' PER Mrl?d-HOtJ!*. SL`..Et.''~'t^,'~w' a TNDJSTHIES 1939 ar.d 1947-67 (&raaa of Labot Statisti,cA Ecelie.icin No. : 1614 Da:e=ber 1968 101 Pagea U. S. Coyurumsnt Waahingt~;n, D. C. Pri:.cfiag of f ica , ~
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0 . ---------- 50255 5079 CCOMMERCE Patent ~ Office • •.._ . • . -• • . -- T ~ 225 Un 1972 IN; tATL"lPvwftmw"gmt*wDe c. 1977 AprS1 1972 U.S. j?EPARTfw1iNT OF. 0 I i
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\ . a I v!t"r, i 50255 5089 0 EoUlish) PJZ CLASS \0. :.: UnD5-73 U. S. D:; art:.cnt L::bor, Bureau Labor S:2:iscics, ;;ac:ii:.gton, D. C. , ,,. Db oc;;K-It-!w_Ip. ='r_pOv.rtrt:z!'CT°^ 1971 Mi[Iaci. (U. S. ::cp. Lr.bor, ::ur. •Labor Statist., Su11. 1756). U. S. D:?. Labor, Bur. Labor Statist., L'as'.:'_nstoa, D. C., 160 p. (197:; 4973, :ca. 5, UT 1749* *ln* Tobacco ccoaoaics(r_anufacture): 'Q 3 t~ 0 n 0 0 9 0 9 6 s (ia /
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50255 5094 Methods of inforruation handling. Now York, J. Wiley 11"31 ~ zl., 241 p. litu9., dlagrs., tabies. 29 aa. (Information edenocs) Includea blbiioKrapbical referencea. . ,~ ,- _. ~ Zg ~Fno:;inb. Bourne, C'harle3 P 1. Iflformation storage and retr!$.al syetemaL r, TttSe. Z809.B65 ,~-^1 010.78 Library of Congress ~ iT-11 0,3 (1 4 n 0 09 1 4 a- -
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. 50255 5081 U. S. Atnmic Energy Commission, t~ ,:k ?.;d ;e i; : xo:~al L?j~or. tor;~, th.^i2ar 0_aier :?1iY 07 CL'RRF:".T \'iTI"?AR :,~.....~ Ly'..- ..:iT?:~ 3 . U;3 t~ 4 tT 0 09 0 R$
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50255 5096 ` :_ -_ _. : . . ~_ 7 . .. . _ . . . _ .. . _ . r ~ . . Z C :IQ=J rTg ~ 0 WAS-....* Colli,on, Robert Lewis. Indexes and indexing; a euide to the indexing of and collections of books, periodicals, music, gr;unophone reL i ords, films. and other material, with a referenc© sect:on :in- su~~hestion4 for further readin~. New York, J. De C=rat~ 1:a5p. 18cn~. 1. Indesing. t. Title Full r,amc: Robert Lewis Wright ['L695.9 1 r ~ 029.5 13-11010 Printed for U. 8. Q. B. R, by Library of Congress ' (53L•51 ~ 3 0 0 1) 00 ) i 0 3 .1 « .
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50255 5097 7 i j ZC Zn.de•,c:ng.; Colloquincw on Technical Preconditicns for Retr;eval Center Operatiuns, Philadelphia, 3954 C0:,1.CiQL'TL.: ON TEC'r.iNICAL Y2EC0NDITI-j:;S RE'TRIc.VAL Cr'L.TER t)i'':;T.t.t.T.IOiiS: [prc,ceedivigs i ed3"tpe by `_':mjr~-zin :. Cheydlrvr. Spzrta.n 2;05. yi, 156 p. is llus c;n. Ccver tit1e.: i'aG'is ic': precon-~' CiGn.s fo-:- ~t.ri_v~l centar {re.ati:a. -•--- -.-s...- ..~.-., - . 0 3 Cl 4n 0 0 9 1 Q 4 -00 .od
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\ .., QF 123 Am 1968 '~~......" : *fWMMjraM 50255 S09S USA Standard Basic Criteria for Indexes USAS 7.59.4-1968 R"W" of zaiwaASs . Spaasor Council of Nation*Library Associations Appcoved A*ust 22. 1968 , United States of America Standards Institute i i ~ ! 1 I : 0 ~ t~ o n~ o~ 1 o S
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~ .~ ~ ! ~ esearc Scientist, *ion-Ferrous , e-a s Section, P sy:;ica Metallurgy Division, Mines Branch, Department of Energy, and Resources, Ottawa, Canada. ABSTRACT A list of references to the technical literature on M1 ne s continuous casting, covering the period N 1940 to 1969, is presented and indexed with respect to subject matter and autho'r, L'auteur presente une liste des rdfcfrences techniques sur la coulqfe continue publides durant la pdriode 1940 a 1969. L'index refere au sujet et aux auteurs. S0255 5093 74 XXI!II Re-74 731 Mines Branch Information Circular IC 253 AtT-E~EBD~b~~'OM" R~IsRBAiC~S-OE ~ki'FITIIIOUS C•RST2N~ by R. Thomson# : YtW9?1_
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50255 5106 I Me5-81 S.P. INFORMATION STORAGE & RETRIEVAL SYSTEMS--COMPUTERIZED/ Reseamh Papeis er Data Base System Lawrence J. Kaetzel Robert A. Glass George R. Smith Center for Building Technology National Engineering Laboratory National Bureau of Standards Washington, D.C. 20234 U.S. DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE, Philip M. Klutznick, Secretary Luther H. HodQes. Jr.. Deputy Secretary Jordan J. Baruch. Assistant Secretary for Productivity. Technology and Innovation I NATIONAL BUREAU OF STANDARDS, Ernest Ambler, Director ~Issrrtod Qctob~r 1~~80 7 ~ 1 s _V - ~
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50255 5110 KATI0NTAL FEDEP.A"_'i0?1 OF YMTRACTING eNrp TNDF,)aNG fERVICES :: t~ip~ SERVICE Dc,SCRIPTI0i1S © NATIONAL ~':_~D.~ATIO NATION OF ABSTRACTING & INDE•`tli:,ri SMVICES 3h01 Mi+RKET STREET* PiiII,llDEI,PIQAl PFM~.SYLVAIVIA 19104 JvLY, 1973 o3oonno~~t7 1 -4 -4
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50255 5130 ~X" 4INS SCIE'.VCE--AASTRACTINt; AND INDEXING/ TECIIP:QLOGY--A3STRACTING AND INDEXING/IiU'tANITIES/ Citation Indexing-Its Theory and Application in Science, Technology, and Humanities A WILEY-INTERSCIENCE PUBLICATION Eugene Garfield Institute for Scientific Information Foreword by Robert K. Merton 3 T JOHN WILEY & SONS NEW YORK • CHICHESTER • BRISBANE • TORONT(
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S02SS S129 7. . 695 Fe 1972 RISSERTATIONS--CVLLRtBIA il1tIVERSITY/ -MMN8-A'$_ AB`I~¢1kC~If1t;~ FEINBEF,C, HILDAs -A COn1P a RATIVE STUDY OF TITLE DERIVATIVE INDEXING TEC HNIQli ES, H. Feinberg, 1972 f'ubluhcd on drmcnd by ~ UNIVERSITY ~tICROFILNS Uniaersity Micro(+lms Lirnitcd, Nigh fr ycomb, England • d Xtrox Com?any, Ann .irbor, Michigan, U.S.A. . ~ . , Submitted in ?artial Fulfillment of the Requirements of Doctor of Library Science, School of Library Service, Columbia University, Feb.1, 1972 ti- I
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50255 5125 x pC.. 1_tucVACEs %C . ,x.now. : Y.•C1IOtti ncE ACES I ?_.oFxs :bRASSTOR.ICE - -tttE YVORM (UM'FSCO) D.1M ~7tS CIRDE :~ARamEs -,c =OLI.ECIIO~'S ON AFRICA :.%T ON ASI4 AND AORTH AFRICA i hY'..1 G6S-19T0 :L1'CE 0 3 Q' 0 fl'Ci~ a a ,eaCzt ~ ABSTRACTS AND ABSTRACTL\'G SRRVICRS 1771' . By ROIILRT COLLISON f'dlow clthe Gbrary Assoriation 9 i \ 1
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50255 5142 i ZS .A >. A-._ _ inScvi,» and abstracting. Sltarp, 3r,hn R Sonio fundamentals of information retrieval iby, John i R. Sh,irp. (London, X. T)eutsch t1J65)t 224 p. tllus. 23 cut. (A Crafton book) Includes Dibl[rgraphies. 1. Iuformat,on storage and retrieval t. Titte. Z6693-18 1965 Lfbrarr of Congress ' ' r2l 0 3 0 00(1 0 9 t 4 y ti;*--i } i I
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KUSS1.:•A' SCIENTINIC L,ITYRAT:1It!?/I`~FORM.ATICW STOP.ACP, fL.B RETRIEVAL/ 50255 5121 IvFOF,,*V~,TION TEC;1:.OL0C1' / IL'BM-3W AWr•AltS9"RAt;'t7w+v 74 I Na USSR/USA SCIENTIFIC AND '''ECIiNICAL INFOPuNL4'1 ION IN R E P 0IR T . N 0,~~8 "'s at!. xM pflf. ~ n~ ac r --ic. . r i "1~ 12 1914 1974 AiTLES CONRAD ~1E1~1ORIAL LECTURE . -NATIONAL~F~DERATION OF ABSTRACTING & INDEXING SERVICES .'~,4~avt Nc. ~ PERSPECTIVE , Dale B. Baker 1 /Abst ts Sc v'ce ' - Ch 3401 MARKET STFjEET • PHILADELPHIA, PA. 19104 . (215) 349-E5?2 , -~.hs~
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z 699 Un 1972 INFORMATION STORAGE AND RETRIEVAL/AUTOMATION/ INDEXING Mt8 ABSTRACTINA/DATA PROCESSING SYSTEMS/ERIC/ , AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR INFORMATION SCIENCE/ PB-208 018 THE MANAGEMENT OF INFORMATION ANALYSIS CENTERS. PROCEEDINGS OF A FORUM SPONSORED BY THE COSATI PANEL ON INFORMATION ANALYSIS CENTERS I-IELD AT NATIONAL BUREAU OF STAND- ARDS, GAITHERSBURG, MARYLAND ON~17-19 MAY 1971 U"S- FEDERAL COUNCIL FOR SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY Committee on Scientific and Technical Information W a s h i ng t o n, D. C DiSTRiB ' !ational Technical lnformuticn Scn;cQ January 1972 UTrD BY: U. S. KPA~ Ti :~ii7 OF Cv: ;~;~+ CE 5285 Port Royal Road, Springfie;d Va. 22151 14 3 0 a n i709 1 "; 2 -0
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At head of title: Science and Technology Act of 1958. "Coannittee Print" d
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Distribution: limited 50255 S1S9 COM.74/WS/18 Paris, 16 September 1974 I*MFXTNf; ; ARSTRACTiRr.--ATtT0;UITIC/ Original : English I*1FnRMATTn"I STOWF & RF.TRTRVAT. SYSTvMS--r,r1Mp(rTF!?T'-,n/ `'UNITED NATIONS EDUCATIONAL, SCIENTIFIC AND CULTURAL ORGANIZATION I 'rteRi-7R R.P. A STATE--0F-THE-ART SURVEY ON A U T 0 M A T I C I N D E X I N G by A~~ O~ 4 Felix Liebesny E:Sc.IF.'~.Ihf.§c.~ F.I.L., A.L.A. •Parisp Unesco, 1974
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o.3 t1 o n () Q L) 1 b 5 ~ ~ d,IN_ei40-M-47K- Automatic &yword Classification for Information Retrieval KAREN SPARCK JPNES Computer Laboratorv University of Cambridge i_-
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Food Science and Technology Abstracts(FSTA)/CASIN system/ Zentralstell fur maschinelle Dokumentation(M)/ [ Computer Aided Sub j ect INdex system/ IIQDEX,IDi¢ ANb' A$STRACTING--AUTOMATICAui,~',W AGRINDEX/AQUATIC SCIENCE AND FISHERIES ABSTRACTS(ASFA)/ Z • I. 699 Sc ~ 1976 Computer aided SUBJECT II®TDEd X ' SYSTEM for the Life Sciences ~ . . ~ ,. ; l. 0 3 0 n 0 0') ; by Klaus Schneider Verlag Dokumentation Miinchen b 8 .__._._-..,
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1. Libr. Aut. I•Me.B -78 S.P.1 50255 5155 11(1) 47-53(197$) ItQAEX2NO &.AT3STtUCT,~NC:.s ~ Bibliographic Access to li ulI Descriptive Cataloging with COM K Earl E. WASSU\t and liichard A. JONES: nirision of Library Scrv- iccs, Wcclcm Kcntucky University, Rowling Grrcn. A catalog containing more than one million entries (1.3 million cards) of the Dicision of Lilrrary Scrvices at 1t'estern Kcntucky L'nircrsity lurs been proclucccl irr cornj)rrtcr output nricrufichc (CC111) furniat. This catalo-, det:eloired from locally produced ntccrhirre-reuclah(c• records, contains firll bihliograplric iriforntution in mr uuthor/titlr and sulr)c'ct heading arrant;enter+t. A brief ocercieta of tlie proceclares fidlorcccl and thc for7nat is prescnted.
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SLT,;L'C1' IIEA^uI?IrS--*fEDICIi~E~l~"~~f';°~~'~"~'j~~~p~EllLINI;/ INF•.QR:-IRTIIIN_.STQRAt;E..Aid31.RETRIEUAL/I'li&';Al:R1IS-/..-,_. ---... _. - -. .... ....r, z I'a 221 463 688 Un PERMUTED i-fEDICAL SUBJECT HEADINGS - 1974 1974 . Headings Permuted Medical Subject Medical Subject Headings I'ermuted Permuted Medical Subject Headings Sub ject IIeadings Permuted Medical U.S. PUBLIC HEALTH SERVICE, NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF HEALTH, NATIONAL LIBRARY OF t1EDICINE F.eproduced by: U.S. Department of Commerce, National Technical Information Service Provides a computer-generated display of all terms, including provisional headings naried by an asterisk, in the National Library of Medicine's Medical Subject Headings as of October 1, 1974, together with the "see" and "see under" entry terms. With the exceptton of articles, prepositions and the words "see", "see under", "see also specific," all words and numbers are considered significan:; the significant word appears at the left margin, and, to its right, all terms containing the same vord are grouped together in alphabetic order by the first word in the phrase: _,. . . . Thts publication, used in conjunction with the alphabetic list, categorized lists, and tree structures, will facilitate the use of the products and services provided by the National Library of Medicine Medlars system. 0 3 ll Q 1 0 {) 9 1 50255 5154 ;~,,~qq ,,,~,
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50255 5163 St --~-- . , . z 699 in.iexfr.g anr2 ,^%CI Stqv~ns, '.rsrs E-Uzabe+th iC I::D:.X''j.Iw: A STATE-er M.- . r+. - ~ r .na (G. S. hativzel Bureau of Stmndardn lii.aayag pil JZ` ' ' 1565 290 Pagea U. S. Dept. of Ccsmnercn Wtteih±n~tQr., D, C. I Q a~~~ ~~~y t 7 a ,J
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50255 5173 InAoxing axs.i , i t 9 Bourne, Charles P Methods of informntion handling. Now York, J. Wiley cl9w, xiv, 241 p. luus., alagrs., tabla. 20 cm. (infcrmr.tion sel2nc'm) Includes bibllograpbtcnl refe:ei:xs. l. Infonnatlun rrtoraae cne± retr'$va1 systeas. i. 5`itle. , 010.78 63-20,V?b ~ I,tbrars of Cougresa --' iT-1; Zo99.I365
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I Kol so2ss 5175 Inde} ing & absr.rActfng--Techntoues Korotkin, Arthur L. TVJD"r.:CI'•tC AIDS, P.^,OI:EDU'ctES AND Dl30IC?:S, by Yo,:otkin, Arthur L., Drarence H. Oliver, aud Donald L. Durgis. ` 1555 99 p. C1na ri.^.' ~,houne for Fedcral Scientific a::1 Te:.1hnic r.l. Iuforz.tat:,or o3 n o ().na~~~ 2 ,i'r h:~~
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• CJ 3(1 0 n ij (I 5025S 5176 ?nd~x~:r.~ ~Tsc;nrr3,quc--Lib.li o~aph~•. Wayn3, Jenn M., comp. Indexing with emphasis on its technique, an annotated bibliography, 1939-19.554. 'New York, Special Libraries Association, 1955. 16 p. 21 am. i a y ;
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50255 5171 Ir.~exin~t n:~c abst.s~Ctin~__s:::rc•f ces guice. 1 U. S. LiLrmJ of Congreas. Science and Zechnology Di.ri- I ai*n. Aguid.e to the world's abstracting and indexing services in s,:;ienco niid teclinolo(yc. iPir.pared for the NZtioiat1 Fzderx- tio*t of Science Abstracting and Indeiin? Services, it'n5s1- ' ington,1963. vlti, 1P,3 p. 28 cm. (?;stional Federatton of Ccienm Abs:ract:n, and Indexing `'ervices. Report no. 102) 1. Scieuce-.°.brtracts-23ib1. 2. Se.ience-Iudexes-Bibl. 3. Tv.L- nology-A'ntracts-Eibl. 4. a'~hnoloFy--IndexE.~-?~ibl. (,`,eries; Zu9 7 .S5M r_o. 102 --- Copy 3. Librarv of Congress 1 7 8 , 01P~.505 .~ Z;;63.41.(178 A -04
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50255 5179 indtxin and a`v~tractic~,^•-T~ch~zi~~tes--U. S. DePartcie:ot of. liealth, Education and ;.•:elfare, Public Hea?th Service, iJ. S. Nai3.oof1 Library Taina, Sepmour I. cf tfediclne. NEW PROGRAM rOlt INDEXIl`!C AT 2HE Nr~TI0h.4L LIBRAftY OF MEUICINE. Photostat from,' Bull. ried, Libraries Assn. 47, 117-23 (1959) na a
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50255 5166 --•..-............-...,~..._..,..,.,,,,,--w ..- ~ -_.-_-_.~~.. .. . ` ZS ar+ -a ~ I ' tica pub7itned in 1.951, Includee bibliogra., "is. Scieutific n::d technic.:1 librariaa: their organiza~ion and ud;aini9tratLoti r':yj ?,eci11e .i. Strauaa, Z.ana .4. S:.rieLy a:.d ."-.1bor+.a L. Erown.: Nesr York, Znteracience Pesblisl:era (`-964} xi, ~?8 p. illus. 24 cm. (Library tw~cr.cs and docimentati.oa; a aeriea of tcx:a and monoArspha, v. %+) Revision of xachnical librarieA: their orgnnixation au3 m%nagerrznt, by tl:e Sciencp,- iechnoloPy Divisicn, Spscial Libr.aries Aesocirs-- :8- Strau3, LL4i11s (Jackson) 19 .~., " _ . . . . v^ . .. , . ...,...._..y.•..,. ~. R......n....,...r .. T _ w. - 0 .S 0 Q (1 0 u
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r... _ ...~Mn. q 50255 5165 - 1 f , e Indexa.r,g ar.d ~ba:ractin~--rift;?tio~:luhtr.~,, Pesmond, Wtini•Fced INDfXINCt hWD CLkSS[V1CA'Tl'Og~ A SEC-fCTED AND ANKOTATED I!181-.1U(IRAPHY J by 4ir'tirle1 L~--Smond and ).estec A, Vecte.c Met tq) ~9b6 variously paged Cl,ea.r in$hoo5e 9oc yed.e_ral. Sei enti f~ c. ard TecF,~~~al 7Znformati.on Nashting-t-on iJ :S il A n n i ) I ~
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50255 5177 _~_ ~ .._._..:..._ ____.._. _ .. _._..~__ .J,._ . w.. _ _-_..._'....... w._~.._ ._. ~ ..,._........_~..,..~. _ . _1 zs Tndexing and abstractizg--I•echniquas. i 'Straue, F.t:ci11e (Jac..son) 1908- Sciaa~.>fic and teclhnlcal 1±i+r__.+_e;;: thei:; os:,pniration and admiais.rAr.ion f.;oyj Luciile .;. Strau;~::, Z:ere ...:)c:its 1 J 1 Nsa YorIc, Interacie-ace Pu;;aisi:.ra (i.964~ xi, 398 p. i11ua. 24 cm. (i,~lbrary ac erlcii.. ar.d ao:.,:-atttar,ion; a s-=rie.; ol-~ : Luu r.ai:o'gr«:;bs, v. 4) Rrv.isi.~ ~ i cf ='nchnlcr.l librat.ca: thai: or ,anf.zetioc aad by the Scieu--q- :cctinclok-? Li•:~cicn, --'pncial T.ibrariea r. , tiva pv}..t::w•hod ia ?r.cluOes bLblioQra~`" ~. ., ~- . • r "• s'
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V 17CS I_I.CUACES .c , v %*%TIOXAL : JC'CIIOITi THE ACES I ~s_. ... _ ._. . aDFAi : `ORDS STOR.~CE -111E U'ORID (UNESCO) :XRZ CUIDE :• ARC11l\•FS ')L r'~OLLEGTIOXS OY AFRICA \S O~ ASIA AXD NORTH AFRICA I1\C, IfbS-l4T0 :L\CE . ._ . _. . • . ;, o ,1 . . 0 so2ss 51.. ..R,sG,,clow • w,o(_ v ---- ~`'a.;~.tt~ ~.`1f94o ABSTRACTS AND ABSTRACTING SERVICES 1771 ROBERT COLLISON F'clJoK• o/tAe Li6rary Assocvtion \ 0 "K ~
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-_.~..w,.. I Ko PROCEIiij:eFS, tbl DBYiCs3n-' + 1 - -- _. ~ 5025S 5181 ~ Yr,zot.ki^, Arthur L. : Zr-2KI.lG AIDS, FROt',EDUl:E:+ AlSD D-MCi.S, by :;orc.tkin, Arttair 2.,, LErrrence 11. Oliver, and Dor.ald L. , Burgis. 1965 99 p. C3eHrinRnousc for Fedcrnl Sc£ent:.iic auJ TetilnicA1 In£armat:r.n 6 r
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So2sS 5182 I!EXINC Ar?D CLASST_F'iCA.T?o*T, A SwLEC1'1?D PND nNKOrArIED BYBLIOC,RA_UHY. A'zD CLASSI.'•'FCATL".:V, A P:'7 A'-''^Tt1'M') 'iI3LI0GIV,P1tY, t:4r,if*ed 11~y 1.'s, ?.9fiS vAt'.O:'3tV nz3jtie(1 fOX :.`i'~:3t io,l ~~SS+lit:C:1 ~ ~:4,jnqq
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50255 5184 f i on its i:ech-nique, an 3nna~'~~w Ub1iOjXa;Q Wapn©, Jean M., comp. Indexin; with emphasis on its technicue, an ars.otated bibliography, 1939-193/.• New York, Special Libraries nssociatior., 1?7:. 16 p. 21 cm.
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z 699 Ri 1972 "'119~~~Ml~t • . . . .- FTATIU'7S SEE 50255 5160 L7::IuEP ilASHIN::IOh STtTF SITi'- DISSF . - . . DISSrRTATIONS--k'ASHINGTOIN STATEUNIVERSITY/„~ AISSERTATIOAS--WASHI,UQ'1 SS&U,-L1jyTI$$ ^T `,~/ • " INFORMATION ST•OT~ICF AND RETRIEVAL SYSTEMS--CO2~jjYgEWED/, ° i.Y.StiIt:GTO:i STA:E "L\•-ERSITY .-Departc;ent of Coapucer S:icnce ' ,• • • 1972 . , . . . . . . .~ i - TTn:•~nre:Yv.T'~ic.it~lilme..~` ~rj,Y.~Y rrtf~(l~?-1V•~~R.~.[f C',t. ~'Cf.:2•'73L1..._. 0!1 U 0 4• t 6 7 • .:ltATION SCIENCEI COMPL'TEP,S--It.FO ~ i • RICKlSAN, Joa Todd, 1441- ~- • AUTOMATIC STO ~;C-- I•t.Tl F'??.IEVAL TECI4tIQUES F0R LARGE 0-4-LIt.% ABSTRACT CAL4xCTIO'1S. . . • . .. . ltashington State University, Ph.D., 1972 Inforc.ation Services. infor3ation storage and retrieval systems. ' A thesis submittcd to pa:tial fulfillaent of the • =equirencnts for the degrce of
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50255 5167 ; z TTCA Conference, Di,arel Imtitute of Techno?ogy, 1JJ j. iica] inform.ntian center administ.atior.. Lditea b~ I'ecllf Arthur IV. Elias. Washington, Spartan Books, 196-1. vi, 171 p. Illus. 24 cm. ; (Dresel Institute c,ctenck: serk-0 Sponsored by the Dreael Instttuto of T?chnoloF,v, Jnforr:at'.va Science Dept. Includes Wbltographtes. , . . . i. ~ 1. Technoiory--Iuformation soxvices. r. Ellas, :lrthiir Xt'., e3. II. Dre.xel Inatitirte of Teclinology, Yl:iludelphiti. Iuformation ence Dept. tiz. Title. Z67 3.T3T2 6~-Fvil ~ 026.6 ..~. Library of Con, ecs (G;iftg1 ~.~ (1 0'~ 4 tl ) i 74 _ ~:- . . . .. ~«
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Index~g-t- anguagm and Thesauri: ;i .:~ Construction and Nlaintenance s DAGOBERT SOERGEL College of Library and Information Services University of Maryland A WILEY-BECKER & HAYES SERIES BOOK 111 MELVILLE PUBLISHING COMPANY Los Angeles, California Ph l Y UJ,' ~~T . ~.t.. 0 3, B0 B0 49 192 • ,
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\ / I .-_.-_..--_ .. _ _.._ ._.. ...~._..~..~___...-....~.~a.....x r.r;..~:...._...~.I ~-. .. - _ __~_.-........._~._.._..._.~...r-_~,....-.._....._..._-. i~ . I 1 J -•%• - - ~~- • -• ' INFO}LuA1`IOl: STO:L;CP. ' Ah'D RETP•.IEVAT. SYSTENS--Ca>it'UTFRIZEI)l ... 50255 7~1i~ .ViD A}tRTRl1C'~INCr--AVI'0!lATIQ/ I~McS-74 Proc. Amer. a n orm. 10 ,1~-_0 (1973) s.r, r f SYSfEAi AHC (AUTOMATION OF RII3LIOCRAI'IJY TI/ROUG11 COMPUI'i:R12A1'ION)i / ` 1 TFXTPROCl:SS1NC ANI) IND1~XING SYSTE:.I. • ~.'ric N, Bochm; ~ ' ~ and James R. Crane American Bibliographical Center (AIIC-CLIO. Mc.) 5156 ; - Clio Press santa tsaroara. s,aiuornia ysivs s), .1 nRl4Ct^~.\~',\1~1~+Ci`:A CL\C.::A10al'r.'IRL`CF1C1~'~C.j C~ KF•YWORDS 4) Bibliographies T3ook Production Histor r y Humanities 5) Indexing OCR (Optical Character Recogni tion) Periodicals Social Sciences System AI1C Textprocccsing t) the manual system entailed unavoid- able peaks and valleys in manpower allocation for keyboarding, proof- reading, and other production phases: cold type innut (IBM Executive typewriters) involved li-mitations in production and graphic arts quality; future applications in Information retrieval scrviccs, demand bibliog- raphies ar.d SD1 arplications. co,1:d ~ ~.+-~.-... ~-_'~-+ -- -^--•sr--'-.r---- - - -- - 0 3-0 0 n;) U' 9 1.4 3 ~ ~
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HEALTH CARE AGENCIES/U. 3. GOVER'PMENTS--DIR)cC1'r1RIfig/INTERMATIONAL fACENCIES--AIRECTORIe~ GRANT.AWA.RD SOURCES/INFORMATION SOURCES--DIRECTORIES/PUBLTSHERS/RESEA;2CH CBNTF.RS/ INFORMATION ~CENTERS/LIBRARIES--DIRECTORIES/INDEXING AND ABSTRACTING SERIVEES/r DENTAL CAR ~/E REF Q. 141 Kr 1977 ~^_ vr~) ~n v um C~cs ~®~ QV i //A Guide to State, National and International Orgunizations, Government Agencies, Educational Institutions, (~Nosnitais, Grant=Award Sources, Health Care Delivery A encies, vJournals;rNewsletters, Review Ser~' Is, Abstractin ervices, Publishers, Research Centers,~Computerized~t~ta Banks, Audiovisual Services, and Libraries and Information Centers. Anthony T. Kruzas Editor Robert Fitch Allen U-3l' q n.' A ~ 7b ER Assistant Fetitor GALE RESEARC COMPA YP80 K W NDETROIT, MICHIGAN 48226
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A.I / tr; :'T!S;It;~1TIGN O'? i?iE BASIC PROCESSES 's'!i2 t1'tYt7AZ. Ih'DEXC"<t; OF r'T.C ~.,~ r?IY ~r~•4y ,c. ~ y '* V l IS.I lii~W •.• ~ ~ - Mlttci,el1; Eoca;x.,i W. 'fLItcpatrick., snd l 7.966 t•s:' wus?p -j~acged zor Fvd.--ra1 Scieatit`fc ard 'Pachalc--l Tz?a:m,:ti.m W:sfllLg'tL- : f. r-. r n ci a `) t-3 3
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I ` :f2.T•.c-eMar i:fid .'%; ;;tL'ili:Ci.tlg,--JCt'.'lcEs . GulUe Internxiional Federation for pocumentation. Austractim; services in sc!eltc,e, ttcililolog3•, niediciu,e. arri, culture, social sciences, humanities. The Hague, 1965~ 1 v. (variouy paging9) 29 cm. l~GA•V~I~Y.:Q -:C. 1. Abatracti::e and indezing services. r. Title. 7.695.I 6~ f C Llb onsres:: rary o ' 7 7 6~-C6I?i
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50255 5186 I .....rr-:A:.w..+r..1.i...~..i :'i .Z....it. I IND~X~I~ ~~IIIC~,1.Fi5r,R~LT~S AN,D, 'C>eel.e r•, Yartha `.CtGrr<e. Znaexir.E~; princIples, rules ;.a : ~; a, t 1ec. 4th -a. Altuny, r?. Y., Uni-versit; of the St~j.c of I:ew YQrn, 1942. T; p. 23 cm. =I o0 o 0 -) r 9 3 ~-0 ~
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50255 5169 tL'4e?stn,i aElA °_^_tivit'..~:.t t U. S. 2rfrcional SCiclICd Frn:.ud.:tinu Office of X,UfOI%l~-'La4A SnnriC@. GUM?I2' T" «~ Ar~ ]C+~.~"~~F;{SN :"~~F;{SN: I~1 .~i+ai ;,.~"~TC DOrUI~2,111'1trl:.arJaa :iv• 13e xg64 4Z-5 pp • lYatiorta2. ~ciN;~CS FCu*dlatiou W?s,13j astGn ~ a n o n 41 o~) {? b ~~.a..~.~....r.~.~..~-. .~.. --..._... _~. ~_ ~...... ._._.._..... 'L.•..~....i....~...~r.~. re.. r.~...•. .. a..~..r.. ~
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50255 5188 ~ ~ ~ ~ - ~j ZiI Ir.des±ng ttr:hnisjaen. ~ j 1 1:olai, Bart E. Le-t70:taMTio.y RETqLylte;L - THZ PRC';i:.r'il ... CC7rDIi+:1'i'T.' .".:;iJirX:.21C - A S07:UTI::?+ 1963 32 p, Pnginears .Toi.,t Ca+lacf I Yr•z'c 0 3 11 0 rl o Q 9 1 9 S sP*V_;. ; -: "F ! s _ ,'~'~:~'g~,q.-v.p~,+~ •
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sla.4 osC . 50255 5187 --A LIBRARY SCIENCE TEXT SERIES rf R/~ / C L ftl'S/F/~ ATidiY --~Od~C/PE~P/Ot~/~~ L~ Introduction toLr-4ggei /9Tl ~ Technical Services for Library Technicians I 0 3 4~ n o U , , 9 . 9 4 MARTY BLOOMBERG G----L-DV,fAPfl---;--uauS --- .-W
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50255 5196 73 VII Go e TOBACCO--RESEARCH--INDIA/ TOBACCO--AGRICULTURE--INDIA/ RJR CLASS NO. PA`".PriLET 73 VII Go C. (Central ic:,::cco Fcs. Inst., Ra3•'r'"u"dry, Andhra Pradesh, India) ACHIE'v':::":.:"i S OF TGB.` CCO kESE:~RCE lyl~~ ~s Indian Far-.f ng 22 (.No. 6) 45-51 (1972) I O 3 n 0 n o t) )203 a .
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50255 5193 CHEMICAL COMPOUNDS--ItIDEXING/ IWDR7CINf? TECItNIQtTM-ef'fj6qCn . ARST"i{ACTS/ NOMENCLATURF.--(;HEMISTRY--CfI3:MICAL ARSTRACTS%CI[E*iISTRY--NOMENCLATITRE--CI[E?tICAL ABSTRACT .L \d C~11 ~ing G~n`.4,.ln~.texlng Q~ ~f tJ+Q rNEMICAt AnST3 4D '~ ~ l , ' AM • Publishod by the Amerrcan Chemical Sol 1973 . Chemical Substances for CHEIVIICA,L ABSTRACTS during the Ninth Collective Period (1972-1976) June 30, 1972 Index Guide A reprint of Section IV (Selection of Index Names for Chemical Substances) fromihe+,Ilk1OIe'~,Ii1AlYS'M,XG']LS 4e C-,K rrnc.,.,,,,.r ) - r .:.-,_.
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. 50255 5194 TP 145 Dr ' 1981 CHEMICAL ENGINEERING/MASS TRANSFER RATES IN GAS--LIQUID ABSORBERS / INDIAfLIQUID-LIQUID SYSTEMS/LIQUID-GAS SYSTEM/'CATALYSIS/ , ADVANCES IN CHEMICAL ENGINEERING Volume 11 1981 Edited by THOMAS B. DREW d f.lwnu+/ LM"•~Y GILES R. COKELET w~ d Qwwd L lk,-l ACADEMIC PRESS A Sub•idiar) of Harcourt Bnee Jovanovieh, Publi+ben New York London Toronto Sydney San Francisco 0 3 0 0 t/ 0 09 20 1 JOHN W. HOOPES, JR. KI ~wwr... /r. /~fryr.. A4r... THEODORE VERMEULEN Dq.n...~ dCM.nrl lnnn..n~. R..h.+... c.ym.n.
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50255 5199 XI Me2-82 INDIAX I SN = b2 S.P. RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET XI Me 2 -82 s.p. Hunter, J. R,; TENDU (DISOPYROS MELANOXYLON) LEAVES, 4IDI CIGARETTES, AND RESOURCE MANAGEMENT. . :;e Econ. Bot., 35, No. 4, 450-59. 81. (IN : ENG.) The design and Manageroent of tropical forests, as sources of nontimber products, is a major economic issue for tropical nations. The exploitation of leaves of the tendu tree, Disopyros melanoxylon Roxb. (Ebenaceae), in the Madhya Pradesh Province of India, for wrappers of bidi cigarettes, is a good example of such a system. It is shown that a whole culture depends upon the harvests of these leaves as a source of income as the demand for bidis is very high. Yet revenues generated by the industry do not filter back in any appreciable amounts to the tribes harvesting the tendu leaves, nor is there an effort to manage the tendu forests as a continuous resource. Because the forest is a resource for other products beyond tendu leaves, the absence of souriJ fir" t("~ ormeua ot~ a2d ~r~ecti.on programs means the almost certain destr'~ction o~the ecosystem. The development of an effective forest nana eMent_proqraM_and the improvement of the
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50255 520• ~. .. : TP 370 In 1962 PDDL :COMMODITIES/ TOBACCO--ECONOMICS/ ~_.._....- , RJR CI ASS \0. TI:XTR.0O': TP 170 Yn 1961 IudLa 'rleticr!t' Cou!tr:t3 -Anplled Fccar-:iic P.c--earch, ti'ew nelhi, Ind'.a LO`r. TEP~M PRO.IF.C'ftn`,S OF Dr'•iA'JD FOR A`:D SUPPLY OF SF.LECTED AGRICULTt'R-1I. C0:•^F)DITIES 1960-F1 TO 1975-76. India Nat. Counc. Appl. Fcen. Res., New Delhi, India, 255 p. (Apr. 1962) (in ErtSlish) Per capita denand, inports and projected supply of tobacco in Indin. . ~,.......~-.,_~r...-.~,~.,..~,~...~_._~...~...-.~..r',~,,.,~~.. .....r..._ .~.~~... -
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So2s5 519e REF ~ Guide to World Science 143 ; Cu ! Consultina cditor: Trevor 1. Williams, NtA, BSe, DPhiI, FRIC 1976 ~ Volume,12 ~~~ reece,;fiurke , ~ Y Volume 15 South-east' sia and the 4rab States Volume 1.4'China,' ~ ndtt~ and Central Asia Editors : China : Alan Winter, BSc, PhD, MA India and Ccntral Asia : Antory Kamm, MA Bangladesh : M. N. G. A. Khan FRANCIS HOl~GSOIV Sctrerj~a RD!(a!u» rinte 1884 0 3 r) 0 n0 0 ) 20 5 Lditor : S. C. Fuller, BA Editors : ~ Greece and Turkey : Stella E. L. IVheelcr. . ~ Arab States/Khawaja T. Shah, BSc, MSc Volume 17 ~Jap?,:l . Editor : D. B. Forbes Ir
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. ,....~..•............ So2SS steg .....~,.,.......~..._... _ ~a ~__. _. S EAR &N I 0 3 n JHE /#y/ EVALUATION OF 1nf®r~~~lon Services and Products DONALD W. KING EDWARD C. BRYANT 0W ~st Ri seyar~o, Inc. , ~
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50255 5211 Q 147/V Di Arcter U3 o Q il a 0 9 2 18 I ~~-TRIAL: ~PEi E€T 1 Edition-1974-1975 /~ 7) - -7 3 Indiana State Chamber of Coaunerce Second Floor, Board of Trade Buildin Indianqpolis, Indiana 46204 (317) 634-6407
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50255 5201 __-. .y.___ . Lndta--7n4uq---t:ase St,idies Manne, A tan Sussmann. Investments for capacity expansion; size, location, nnd time-phasing, edited by Alan S. Manne. Camoridge, 3i. I. T. Press (1967, 2239 p. 111us. 23 cm. (Studies In the economic development oC Iadla. 5) albllographical footnotes. .i 1. Indla-Indus.-Caae atudies. 2 ladustrlxl capnclty. 3. Mot.".e- matical modola. r. Tltte. (Series) HG131.S8 Vol. 5 6lS8.1'b2'0P$-I " 1> i 1 l.lbrary of CoaTrees D.St~4 a0 Q 4 2Q8 ,- It }_. ; n
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50255 5214 ~ XI ToB2-80 S,P. RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET XI ToB2-80 s.p. IWASSNWIndianapolis, Indiana WHEN SMOKE MADE SPARKS IN THE LEGISLATURE Indiana Supreme Court, Indianapolis, Indiana, News Release (1980) (in English) *Abstr. in: Indianapolis Star Magazine, 3 p. (March 2, 1980)* ~ 3 0-0 n o 0 9 2 2~ . ~ c;7~ oai•. n!`R~.•- .. r . .. -r N~,l.`.- ~-
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_ ....awiu~. 50255 5213 Q 141~ D i Arcfier THE§ U~~' D th ~~` Ii,\\J GPq D US T R~ I A, L e D R'ECTOilY.. 16th Edition- 1974-) 975 l 9 yz- 13 Iaifmgs-SCaCe Cftamber of Commerc% Second Floor, Board of Trade Buildin IndianQpolis, Indiana 46204 (317) 634-6407 0~o o~~ a~ 2~ o 7- :
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TO~ACrO---1NDIAN/ 73 VI ~:.t~, '.OBACCO--QUAT.TTY--PETEP1-iINATION--CIiEr'ICAL• `iT;T'.'.~JJ,)S/____ „.'.~JJ,)S/____„ 50255 5207 G ToBACCC--F l.uE-cLRE R LA•ttlTY . 73 VI C'112 Cha-!-m-hnrty,M. .. ; P.:..:.achandru:iu, F,. S. ; I'r.:bhu, S. !:: ; Narasavya, K. !,. (Cc•atral Tobacco Ycs. Jnst. , IZ^,;:a~undry, Jnc'ia) CG``.°AFr",TIVS 7u::LIiY ECiJL'ATI0\ OF rV,`FF.IC.A..\ X~D-k:W~;:4 In•!ian Tobacco Bull. 4. (ac. 1) 9-15 (Apr. /.luilc i912) (in English) i ~ *F:ey-words:* alka!oid, total, cured, constituent; ; hydrogen ion concentration, cured, constituent; ~ nitra;;en, total, cured, constituent; r: tt• sugars, reducing, cured, con:.tituent. i tlry* IL _1_~)3, No. 13, W 5655* ~uL~cco aE a«~si.S: 0 30 0 0 0 0 ) 2 1 4 ow I r} t i
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- ~•_ --.....:,~. 50255 5203 VII Re='1$ RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET VII Re6-78 s.p ~ S.P. ~'~i~~~ni~~~~tcc~'1~~`:''`R~f~~nre~; '3rrQ~~;" Wid-eshalayA 4'T`.V IMPORTANT PESTS OF TOBACCO AND TIIEIR IDENTITY AND CONTROL. India Centr. Tobacco Res. Inst., Rajahmundry, Leaflet No. (June 1977) (in English) • *Keywords:* endosulfan, tobacco, additive; carbaryl, tobacco, additive; monocrotophos, tobacco, additive; trichlorfon, tobacco, additive; chlorpyrifos, tobacco, additive;- acephate, tobacco, additive; thiometon, tobacco, additive; demeton-S-methyl, tobacco, additive; dimethoate, tobacco, additive; phosphamidon, tobacco, additive. 03 n 0 n 0 0 7 2 1 p : :Tk •";x• }~'~«~;~t}--~'~p!~I?' 2, 25 p.
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- - ------------- ...-.,.•, .. . 50255 5205 i72, VI Re-76 TOBACCO--COLD/. =.: gir, ..,JASS • N0. PAMPHLET 72 VI Re-76 s.p. S'P' h aryya D K Purkayastha B: C; Bhattac ,.,.. . (Saha Inst. Nucl. Phys., Calcutta, India) DETERMINATION OF COLD AND ARSENIC IN INDIAN TOBACCO LEAVES. . Raciochem. Radioanal. Letters 23 (No.'1) 43-48 (1975) (in English) *Keywords:* gold, cured, constituent; : arsenic, cured, constituent. 0:; tl Q c1 r~ Q~ 2 1 2 1
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50255 5212 -. , . _ . _~.. II MeA1-73 S.P. RHODIA INC ~ , . ~ I 201 East Ogden A~•euue Presented at: ~ Hinsdale, Illinois 60521 James E. Etzel, Professor and Iicad of ~ .. Environmental Engineering Area School of Civil Engineering, Purdue University In cooperation with PURDUE UNIVERSITY, WEST LAI'AYETTE, INDIANA November 1, 1972 EI.EVEh'I'H ANNUAL CONFERENCE ON AIR POLLUTION CONTROL SPONSORED BY: THE SCHOOL OF CIVIL ENGINEERING r =i* , . . .. .{. SUI3JECT: ODOR MODIFICATION OSCAR BUD LAUREN , Manager, Distributor Sales THE INDIANA AIR POLLUTION COtiTIiOL BOARD ' AND TIl[: INUtavkS"f'ATE BOAItI3 OF IIEALTIf' o na o .) 2 1 9 .
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50255 5218- INCICATORS AND TEST PAPERS/COLORImETRY/TITRATTONSC D 1j 77 Bi 1972 INTERNATIONAL SERIES OF 1dONOGRAPHS I11' ANALYTICAL CHEINiISTRY. t>e 1. $/ GENERAL EDITORS: R. BELCHER AND H. FRIESER I N-I•~~~:~~OI~:S. : 51 ~' EDITED BY EDMUND BISHOP Depmlwrsnt oj Chewstry, Uaiacrsfty of Exeter PERGAMON PRESS Oxford • 1b'tw York • Tore+t:o Sydrrey • Braunsclnr•ria , . ",/ ~ ~'~il
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RADIOISOTOPES--TOBACCO/' ./TOBACCO--POTASSIUNf-40/ TOBACCO--STRONTID1-90/TOBACCO--YTTERBIUM-90/TOBACCO--LEAD-210/ ••72 VI Re-76 TOBACCO--INDIAN/ RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET 72 VI Re-76 s. p. S,P. Purkayastha, B. C.; Bhattacharyya, D. K. (Saha Inst. Nucl, Phys., Nucl. Chem. Div., Cnicutta, India) ESTIMATION OF RAILE AND RADIOACTIVE CONSTITUENTS IN SAMPLES 0F. IILDIM1 ;. TOBACCO WITH THE AID OF,LOW-LEVEL BETA--COtJ!dTER. s 'Jour. Radioanal. Chem. 27, 345-51 (1975) (In English) ~ *Keywords:* potassiura-40, green, constituent; i strontium-90, green, constituent; . • ytterbiutu-90, green, constituent; ~ lead-210, green, constituent~ 0 3 0 9 2 t:~ . Y~ , .
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TS 2240 Lo 1919 I (1975 reprint) . VOL. XXI, PART 11 'i'IIE"TOI3ACC0 SOCIrTY OF '.CII E RO1V 0 NDIANS . y 13Y ROBERT If. LOWIL ~ I'U[3LI611ED BY OIill1?R OA' ''lIF TItUS1'I?NS ~ ,. ------_ ------ ---- ~nu~ ---__.-_------ ,. _1 ~. . s+4a~; .a.:~w't TOBACCO--HISTORY/ ANTHROP®:LOGICAL PAPERS OF Z'HE AMERICAN MUSEUM OF NATURAL IIIST® RY NE1V YORK .
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........,„ -..-~...a~.. 502SS 5221 1r• t:a T.~~: ~ E'i,,i . tis;3_' paiT 9T',c, A~ l?elcher, Ronald. New nicthods in analytical chemistry il:yl Ronald I3elcherl and Cecii L. "Filson. Ne•w York, x:einhold Pub. Corp. t1L'F: ;' 2S7 p. llius. 23 cm. 1. C'hernistry, Analftic, i. Wilson, Cecil l.eeburn, joict author. Ii. Titln. QD75.I337 T.ibrary of CocgrESs • (5aS 10, 2 0.~ tl ~ n ~~ ~7 ? 2 8
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....1.... .- -aI1.ft4A . .. .w . 50255 5215 ;,• XI To6-77 S.P. English) _._. . .... ~ _ TOBACCO--INDIANA-•-HISTORY/ RJR CLr1SJ :W. Tobacco Institute, Washington, D. C., U. S. INDIANA AND TOBACCO: A C1t:%PTER IN A??ERICA' S INDUSTRIAL G:0!: H:i Tobacco Inst., Tobacco History Series, lst Ed. 20 p. (1975) (in In 1973, Indiana Janners harves'ed about 13 ` j million pounds of tobacco from an esdmated 6,000 acres of fannland. They received about $12 million ~ for their labor. .. ~30o no o ~21Z
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QD IN(6l4T0W=AWT&S,T PAPEU /COLORIMETRY/TITRATPONS/ 77 Bi INTERNATIONAL SERIES OF MONOGRAPHS I14' 1972 INDICATORS r, EDITED BY t i '°` • ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY. lJc f. s/ GENERAL EDITORS: R. BELCHER AND H. FRIESER ' _ .O.-'-J-- A_ _ 4-- n--- a . •Gk EDMUND BISHOP Department of Gumfstry, University of Fxeter PERGAMON PRESS Oxjord - New York • Toronto Sy&ey • Braunschweig .• .); -2-_2' 9 51
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50255 5219 I NARKETING RESEARCft/ i HP '3051 Un 19716 Y R&QF Iid~'~RPdATlOfV.ltL TRENDS tN /-fEGHNGE 4NNOVATION FINAL REPURT * APRIL 1916 0 9 2 2~Rep ~i prepared lor: ; NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION Directorate for Scientific, Technological, and International Affairs . 2 I
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50255 5226 i j QD ; 77 , ' S lr.r ::r.t-aL s e.x~.a Sr,,itk, George Frederlck, 1$91- L Pher,anth*olino and substituted phenPnthroline indica±nr~z, their prel~u: s> ion, properties, and applications to 1nn+.c~i= h; , C•. Fr^dcrick Crnith ... anu 1+'. P. Riclit+!r ... C•olumbus, U., Th:r G. t~',•ederiek Smith chemical co. (1944, rxv, 103 p. SncL tllus., port., tables, dtagrs. 231. Jabliabrrpnical foot-notes. 1. Phennnthrollne. 2. Indirators and tesUpa.pers. r. Rtcbter. Fnv1- eric Paul, 1:I1('i-- joint author, i Library of CongrM • ts QD77.S6T5 [43I ~ 3 o 0 0 0 Q-; z~.3 45- r, S_^:I
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50255 5225 aYt[! te3 i :4pw 2-. j . . 7 t ; t . 1 I, Landoll, Bans P:einrich, 1831-1910. r ahieuc; Vrte und Funktionen aus Physik, Chemie, A,~trc:,o.:nia, ('zeonhyaik und Technik; in Gemeincchaft mit J. Dartels, lst sl.l !-.nd unter vorbe-reitender bfitwirkung ron J. 1)'aw i .tot !iLl hr.g. vun.Arnold Escken. 6. Aufi. Berlin, SPrirl•er,' } v. dlaErs., tubles. 28 cm. At head of title: Lnndolt-BSrnstein, rrevious!y gublished ur.der title: Phystkalisch-chemische Tate::en. rncludes biFliobraphies. 0 (Continued on nezt card) 51-1fi6~+ 158r.55k1l I ~ 3 t1 4 CI ii ~~ 2~~ ~
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50255 5231 -7 QC 451 Ma 1975 /MASS--WLES/ MASS SP.ECTROMETRY--ORCANIC COMPOUNDS/ /U. S. ATOMIC ENERGY COMMISSION/ AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR MASS SPECTROMETRY/ MASS SPECTRA OF CCMPOUNDS OF BIOLOGICAL INTEREST YoU.M($ I.*,, INIDICESf VOLUME II., PART 1. SPECTRA VOLUME II., PART 2. SPECTRA Edited and Compiled by: S. P. Markey, W. G. Urban, and S. P. Levine Department of Pediatr,ics University of Colorado Medical Centc~ Denver, Coiorado 80220 J0 03n 4n 0 0 9 23 $ « ,tyr,~rwl~- .
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soJs5 3229 TD 380 Be 1978 Edited by GERALD BERG and Adjunct Professor in Environmental Engineering Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering 0 3 4 Qr) ~~C~ ge c~'E ne5ng~ ; "UniVbrsity of~ncinnati Cincinnati, Ohio ~ i ,~ ._ .__ . . ~ r00D--VIRUSLS/WATER--POLLUTIOV--VIRUSES/WATER--I3ACTERIA/ ~ INDICATORSr OF GVIRIJSES ~ IN WATER AND- FOOD Chief, Biological Methods Branch Environmental Monitoring and Support Laboratory Office of Research and Development U.S. Environmental Protection Agency , Cincinnati, Ohio % ~ . ANN ARBOR SCIENCE PUBLISHERS INC P.O. BOX 1425 a ANN ARBOR, MICH.48106 Y P
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II MeAl-73 S.P. -*A SUI3JECT: ODOR MODIFICATION \ Presented at: I OSCAIt BUD LAUR3:\T Manager, Distributor Sales RIIODIA, INC. 201 East Ogden Avenue Hinsdale, Illinois 00521 PURDUE UNIVERSITY, titi'rST LAI'AYk:;"TE, INDIANA Novcmber 1, 1972 ELEVEtiTIi ANNUAL CONFERENCE ON A1It FOLLL'TION CONTROL SI'ONSORED 1;Y: TIIE SCHOOL OF CIVIL ENGIi'EERING James E. Etzel, Professor and IIcad of .. Environmental Engineering Area Scliool of CiVil Engineering, Purdue University In cooperation with " ~' . AND 'I'I11: ItiD1ANA STATE BOARD OF IiEelI:1'Ii . jIn .) ~! ,:-' TIiC I?~?T~~tR ~!~`I'(fiCLUTtOI~ t~`"~~'~`R~'tit~~tR>tT w} ---• .. .... r ~. <.-....~... ~.. .._. U~ 0 Q~ t~ q~ 2 1 7 50255 5210 91,11 J' c. I - t _A
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~,. 50255 5228 ~ . ~ Ullmann, Fritz, 1875- ed. '; ]:ncyklopadie der technischer. Chemie.' 3., vollig iieu gc - staltete Aufl. in Gemeinschaft mit S. Baike tet al.) hrs(o,,. von SYilitelm Foerst. Munchcn, Urban & Uc::r.-arzenberg, 1^51- 7v. Illua., dlagrs. 28 cm. CoXnNTa.--1. Bd. Chemischer Apparatrbau uA VErfahrer.si:>chafk. 1. Chemistry, Technlcat-Ulctionariea-Germanh t. Fuerst, Wi% helni, 1893- ed, rt. Tltle. - TP9.ti 614 i 1 52---2;,< <<; Llbrnry of Cbngres.j 15 4g2l 0 3~ A n a U-) 2:3 5 'r;ti , . . . r
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50255 5233 1c,itip arcl itd-iSo d;yv-5,, v. 8. Ullmann, Fritz, 1875- ed. Encyklopadie der techr.ischen Cheinie. 3., vollig neu ge- staltete Aufl. in Gemeinschaft mit S. Balke tet al.l hrqg. von Wilhelm Foerst. Jiunchen, Urban & Schwarzenberg, 1951- 17 v. illus., dlagrs. 28 cm. i Coart:vTS.-1. Bd. Chemtscher Apparatebau und Vertahrenstzchnik. , ' ~ 1. Chemistry, Technlcal--Dictlonarlets--Gertnan. i. Fuerat, NVO• helns, 1808- ~ ed. tr. Title. TP9.U614 ~ t l 52-=1,;;37t'• ` ,J i,lbrnr} of Congrc•," ErAR2i 24 Q .1
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~,.. _ _ ~....~,~. QD s1Ko 1962 50255 5237 TREAT I5E ON ANALYTICAL CIIEMI 'STRY PART II ANALYTICAL CHE.I7IS'I'.'?I' OF THE ELEb-1EN1 S Edited by I. '.4i. KOLTIiOFF SG~QOl oj Chsmislru Uniaersily of hfin:usola and PHILIP J. IsL'VI.~'G Departnienl of Ch.emietry, Unirerrtty of Miehigan with the assiss:nce of ERNEST B. SANDELL Se.4ool of Chemistry, Universily of Minneaota VOLUME 2 INTERSCIENCE PUBL ISIIERS a diviaiou of John Wiley & Sons, Ncw York-London-Sydney SGCTION A Systematic Analytica{ Chemistry of the Efemcnts / ~GA.LLIU1~1~~IhM~1' II ALLIt1:L1 PSILICON •LGE10,iANIUM ->IRON • ,C7BALT •L-NICKEL AL"I'1Tf;RS OF VOLUME ^ CRARLEti V. BANR3 JOHN R. NUSGRAVE JOHr M. DALR HIROSiII ONISHI L. M. MF:I.NICK }J, H. q[{F,t.L 0 3 Q 0 0 0 0 9 2 44
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50255 5236 Gmelin Handbuch der Anorqenisehen Chemie Erganzungswerk zur achten Auflage Band 25 /PERFLUORO ORCANO CO`tPOUNDS/ SODIUM/ POTASSII?t /LITIiIUM/' /3FRYLLIUi4/ CALCIUM/ MAGNESIUM/ BORON/ IlMt7",f'SILICON/ /GERMANIUM/ ZINC/ LEAD/ FLUORINE--ORGANIC COMPOUNDS/ New Suppfement Series Pc:rfluorha.gegenorgano-VerbindLingen d-pr Hauptgruppene{emente Teil 4 Verbindungen mit Elementen der 1. his 4. Hauptgruppe (auP,er Koh(enstoff) Springer-Verlag Berlin • Heidelberg • New York 1975 03 0 0 on 0 0') 2 43 ,,R1mr-"
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__v_.,, -... ~.,_~...~.:_ .._..... , i7l1-man_n, Fritz, 1P7i- ed. ::ncy'ao. : lin dor t-:chnischan n ~-u ^g!;t•:? tc tQ ':,ifl. in 'cmein-c'i2ft nit S. "-ilke (st nl. W hrsc!. von f'iLiclm "oerst. .>>n~~hen, . -bAn an~ ~c:~warzen^nr-, ir;1--S7 ~ ~v. illu,., d ij t;rs. 28 cm. Contents.--1. ':d. rhamisc'13r »ppa:atebsu ur.i 7erP3^rnns~schnik. 0 3 c1 O n il 0 ) 2 5 0
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\ / 50255 52*1 RtiF QD 151 Sn 3973 I t1YDROG}s:+/11ELIL:d/NT•.ON/ARf:(1:d/}:I:YPTOr/aF.!i0V/ItAllOt:/LIiHIUAt/SA:)l UAt/ POTASSI l?4/KUBI 11I U'•t/CESII^1/FRA.'ICIU"t/STRnNT1LRd/14 ",PI UPt/Fv11)I ii`f/ BERYLLILT(/;:AG?:1: Slht/CALCIUTt/BOROti/ALU:IIt't1M/CALLIi~f/IiiDTl1K/CAF:RO*1/ T11ALLIlT1/SILICOV/ GASES/;fETAi.S/ COMPI2EHENSI:VE - zl.Or:cANTC CHEMISTRY \'olumc 1. 11. Nobk Gascs. Croup IA. Group ILA, Group IIIB. C and Si H He, Nc, Ar, Kr, Xc, Rn ma Rb Cs Fr 1: Li i , , , , , ~ 13e, ME, Ca, Sr, l3a, Ra B, Al, Ga, ln, TI C, Si Editorial Roard: J.C. Ea11ar,Jr., hrbana; 11..1. En.:leus, Car,brldgc; Sir Tonnlt Kyholw, London; A.T. Trot-,Lan-hJckenson, Card:if. Publishcd Ly FCF:cA.•:nti YFtSS 1573 Facclutlvc Distributore in the Veclern Ilcmisplere, Cf1`U'Et:UItM FL'BLISHEP_S ~1) -_ 6 6.--91 2 4 A ~ _ .
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- ~«.a... . 50255 5204 5 .a~..~.....~...w..A'Y.r.asf L.r'a .. Y.I U Uilmanr., Fritz, 1875- ed. Encyklopadie der technischen Chemief' vollip ncu ge- stalteto Aufl. in Gemeinschaft rnit S. Balk.a tet al., / 1Yilhelm Foerst. lfuiuhen, Urban & Schwsrzer.!eT;;, 1951-- 7 v. illus., dlagrs. 2& cm. Cox=,Ts.-1. Bd. Chemischer Apparatebau und Verfahrenstec.',r.:b. 1. Cherotstry, Technlcal-Uictlonarles--Gerwanh I. Foersr. Wi;- helm, irGB- ed. it.'1'it:e. TP9.U614 Llbr,ir,y of Cnngrem i51g2i U 3 n ~ (i ~ 0 ~ 2 5 ~ 52- ?':37i _ ~
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.ws¢y~ ~ !p+ __. .. ' S02SS S23d ORGANOMT.TALLIC COMPOUVIIS/AT,KALT MT',TALS/XF•NON COMPOUNnS/HYnRInES/CARRInES/ 1QETAL NITRIDT:S/BERYT,T,IUM CO'•tPOUNDS/MAr:'VT:STU1,t ORGANIC CO"1POU'.VnS/STRONTTUi•i/ CALCTiCti/RARTUM/BORON CO`•tPl3I1NDS/CARRORANES/ i;U~tINUM/CALLIUM/INT3T~1/THAT.T.IU'i/ SILICON ORGANIC CO'~iPOUNnS/TIN COMPOUNnS, NTIfESIS/CERtitANIUM/T.F.An/METALS/ CHF.MISTRY, O~~GANIC--MFTALLIC C4'•iPODNnS/ CHEMISTRY, ORCANIC--COLT.ECTEn WORKS/ 0 nn ''~ ~ ,S~ ~ i .~ -.~ . 1977 0 0 Editor-in-Chief I~`''~1,I(~?~1~~Friedhelm ICorte ~ Volume 7 A Critical Survcy of Proven Methods and Their Application in Chemistry, Natural Science, and Medicine I Part A Main Group Elements and their Compounds Group 0 to IVA Elements and their Compounds Academic Press • New York • London • San Francisco 1977 Edited by eor T en Rtbl~he~ ~tutl~gar4 S Hans Zimmer ~ ~~'. n•,. - Kurt N icc:enzu
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. . - ~,~ -.....,;., . . CIGARETTES--LAIiELING/', 50255-52a0 RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET X Me10-74 X Me1O 74 Robinson, C. D., Jr.; Siegel, R. k. S.P. S,p. (Univ. Calif., Lab. Nucl. Med., Los Angeles, Calif., U. S.) EVALUATION OF LEARNED "PUFFING RESPONSE" OF :IOIIKEYS WITH IN-113M LAEELED SMOKE. Jour. Nucl. Ided. 15 (No. 6) 528 (1974) (in English) t1974, No. 17, W 7048* *d* Tobacco medicine: -------+-~--•~rr-7---~. :~ ti~R.•,.~-,~ ~ ~: .. .. 7'.v...w!"T - .M~^w.~1~~~. . . . . ~r. •. . . . .. . .± ~ .~. - ; ' . . ~• _- . ~. . _ _ o4,oon oo9 z47:
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. 0 I . 0 ~ •,~. 50255 5234 yaluminum,~antimony,-arsenic,barium,Yberyllium, bismuth,.cadmium,.chromium,.cobalt rcopper, Lgermanium, .indiuit, ~lead „mercury,-molybdenum, silver, Ytellurium,,.t;yallium, ,a,in;.•titanium,.tungsten,•uranium, and.zinc. trENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH EFFECTS RESEARCH SERIES/ VS / METAL --TOXICOLOGY ~ EPA-600/1-77-022 4. TITLE AND SUOTITLE 5. REPORT DATE TOXICOLOGY OF METALS - Volume II ' s.PERFORMINGORGANIZ,0TIQNCdOE 7. AUTHORIS) 8. PERFORMING ORGANIZATION REPORT Lars Friberg, Chairman . • • 9. PE RFORM/NG ORGANIZATION NAME AND ADDRESS 10. PROGRAM ELEMENT NO. - Subcommittee on the Toxico} ~ogy of Metals Permanent Commission andt,Tnternational Association of ,,,CGN tiAC /t. NN. Occupational Health j 68-02-•12$7 12. SPONSORING AGENCY NAME AND ApORES9 13. TYPE OF (1EPORT AND PERIOD COVER Health Effects Research Laborator HERL RTP y , . , Ofi'ice of Research and Development 1,,5PONSON)i/0 AGENCY COD4 U.S. Environmental Protection Agency . . . . RQse, p 15. SUPPL EN ii O 5 Prepared in cooperatinn..with.the,Swedish •Env3ranmnt,aI Protection Board, and the _, Y.aralinska Institute 1'/#t••,_
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50255 5239 T:i'ii '.: "* 1. 5 e Mellor, Joseph 1i'illiam, I8i.3-1..9038. A comprehensive treatise on inorgnnic and the.(SrCt1C;l; chetnistry. London, New York, Loi:fisnm.ls, Green,l9~: 1Gv. illua, t11::gm. :;i cm. -' Iocludes bitilio.-raphl~s. - Supalem?nt. ' London,.: ew York, Longman's, Green,13 T. i11us. 25 cm. QD31.b15?2 1. Chemtstrs, Inorgsnie- 2. ChemIstry, Pliys(cel and tseoretical. QD31..li5? 540 22---7753' Library of Congress t5Sr5Qe'51 J a+7 A ~1 ~l U~~ 4 6
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; ~x -~ MeA _~_..._._:. 50255 5245 &: tivieen the. CucdeaeatPs oI CF C.. ;:':~'. :Iit3 .~iya!+lifiliraSL ' 0t~ Tt . S±~:1,~ ~ ;E :f.OU`3E• ist, 21nd. 3 ar~ortq ~ . 1 T
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... _ _ ....... .~ . . ... - _...,,.,,,,,,, . . , . ---•~t- - - XX Zte>'- C-1_-74 so2ss Saoe ...pl Indian J~r. Agric. Econ. 28(3) 73-78 (July-Sept. ` IND~•.~ROZ~1~t' SMI~h~..tN` i!,lk~,t A STUDY ON. -ttO1IEM15NT 'OEf Mticir"e. __ .~, . . . - -- . _.. _ ,- . r . . . ,_ .. _ .. Intr.duction . Frozen shrimp is the most important exported item of fishery products from India, accounting usually for 7a80 per cent of the total export earnings from various fishery products. ThcZLruted _Statrs of 3mcrica?used to be the mai;a market for Indian frozen shrimp in the past though in recent times it is occupying only second place, the first place being held by Japan. In the year l$62, 90 per cent of the frozen shrimp exports from India were to the United States, which has come down to 39 per cent in i972. However, India is still ;ated as the second largest supplier of fro2en shrimp to the United States. Out of the total foreign exchange earnings of Rs. 58 crores obtained by India from the export of various fishery products in 1972, frozen shrimp exports accounted for as much as Rs. 51 crores, of which the United States accounted for nearly Rs. 20 crores. t~ The two important types of frozen shrimp cxportcd from India are headless -..x _.~ ,~.41M ?-q.,,~t, ~dapd,drxiurtj, iVD) ._,Yar,i; t i ~Thc~si~ c-^rad~e of ~ ~. 3 0' 0 11 0 09
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U11m:,nn, ,.ri~:.~ ~ ed. F-rcyklopsc?ie racr technischen Chc:m:e. 7 volli; rn::u P~•sta1 tate :,Lfl. in (etvel.. ) hrs^. von (•:ilhel-a i oerst. chen, 'rbo-n and '7chv.:rzanber? ,>> $- i11as., diai-rs. 4~8 cm. Ccntsnts.--1. .d. Chemi:=c';er apprst:*nu und ti'erfahrenste&inlk. U 3 0 p n u 0 ') 2 4 9
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- 50255 5246 Tuyns, A.; Pequignot, C.; Jensen, 0.; (Centre Int. Recherche Cancer, Lyons, Medicale, Le Vesinet) RJR CLASS N0. PAMPHLET 75 IX Tu Pomeau, M. Y. Fr.; Inst. Nat. Sante Recherche INDIVIDUAL CONSUMPTION OF ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES AND TOBACCO IN SAMPLE POPULATION OF ILLE-ET-VILAINE, FRANCE. umw *(La Consommation M~-~V duelle de Boissons Alcoolisees et de Tabac Dans un Echantillon de la Population en Ille-et-Vilaine.)* Rev. Alcool. 21 (No. 2) 105-150 (1975) (in French) *1975, No. 22, W 8032* *d* Tobacco analysis (economics) (medicine): 0 3 0 0 tl 0 09 25 3
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. _r... ....: _. .r.,~,,, . _ -•-~---, 50255 5232 Xx MeC -7 3 SWErTENI:RS /, . S,P. 7 Chana J. Of Agric. S_i, 3 (2) 207-210 (1970) : --- ying pr,opextiesY-trsw~eeten ig princip.les~ '. ' ~ K A. ADANSI L lo»t Ituroductiotr and Exploration Scttiott, Crops Fceo hts~ft~tt, Bunso, via Bosuso, Gharta . , t SU MMARl' ,. . rtSUm$ The restrictioa in the t%S:1 on the use of the artificia) 1.1: A. An.k\st: Les pla,ues iudigtrtes du Ghana ayertt s~~'eetcner, cyrl.~rr:ate, hirSl rlas the commerci~l pote,~-. la ~arriculmiti de r,;odi(:cr la sa eur ou a~ ent des Frir•ciprs . `tial of sor„c ir.Jig~^os-pisnts l:no~~•n io have tastc-t-ld,dcoranrs• l.es restrictions irnp:+sees atLr U•S•A• : =modifying pro; ;riics or swecicaino principlcs. S~~:tsepa-~ conecr.taat I'utilisation d'cduleorants artificicls, eyela- '-lrnn dulaf-:,r»t (Schur: & 7-t:onn.) Daniell is alreedy mate, ntettent en ecidena Ics possibiiitrs conL-nerciales eultivatrd in Ghana, and Tl:au»tatncc,u darriclli Rcnth. dc eertaincs plantes indigcnes mnnucs pour leurs and Dio;.nrcq, t-Y1Gnn cxn:rai,uii Dicls ha.•c pcssibilitics partir.rlaritrs de modifier Ia sacear des aliments ou as export crops. Rricf data on habitat, avail•tbility of pour leurs principes cdclcora:+ts. S_yscpal;mt du.'cifi:un fruits and the unique proFcrtics of these tiitr:;plcvtss (Sclnr-rt. & Thonn.) Daniell cst dcp culti.•e au Ghana, are preKenic.t. f,5 et :Yurv»ratoccus d1,: c:ii Gcnth. ainsi que D:n_coreo- w_~ eat~cs pcwasrbilitcs en tant que -- - 0 3 o0 ..Joo 2 3 9 i i ( e
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, ,.. _ . . _d. .q •..- _ ~..~..~... . ~-~. ----- ~} t n.. nTr:ayZ ~ : r Vot. $ No '. ~alsqar.t o,f7i DY'!tii >foiTi~ /i. )'sysl»ias(ebdeN lt.igf~ " f ;i a. ~J Pnotd Is b.a I 50255 5248 in Autonoinic Responses: Illustration of µif Possible Solution ~ 80 II Ey-81 -. i= ; S. P. LAwBENCE F. A'A.v EGF.RLN, .NfAaY'11'. HEADRICK, AND PETEa L. HE1]'f ABSTRACT . .. A factor analysis methodology for the study of Individual dilrerenees in response functions developed b. Tucker (1958, 1966) was illustrated by analysis of conditional cardiac retponses. Three cardiac (factor) responses were found: one acceleratory- deceleratory, a second monophasie, and a third deceleratorr-acceleratory, over the CS-UCS interval. Individual conditional responses were composed of the aceelerator.- deeeleratory component plus either positive or negative paris of the second nd third eompo.ents. Individual differences in conditional cardiac response forms were sub- ! .tantial. The factor model provided a better fit of observed responses than the average response model provided. The advantages of determining psychoPhssiolos•al func. u ~ tions (laws) having explicit parameters for individuals were discussed. DESCRIPTORS: Individual differences, Pulse-rate, Autonomic conditioning, Factor analysis. (4 Van Egeren) i o~o4n~o-gzs-S-
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. TP 958 Gu 1972 PDJL ERNEST GUENTHER, PH.D. Yite Iraidrng eal TccAeua! Dircator r.~e ereth.n, r.u.. New Yor4, N. 1: VOLUME FOUR • tNDIKM3M"'ESSE*T-Fi&-afW 0 ttlEg — ' ,1ft'ftT"RCE"~~L'.i?~ELLIFFI~~~~ND~_ G~61i~4~if~CERE -ROBERT E. KRIEGER PUt3LISHI~G CO., INC. NUNTIKGTOY, `EW YORK _ I Z 0 3 Q 0 il 0 09 2 S 7 _ ~...,.r .... ,. •- ...,~ Essctz tial Oils: . BY
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e... _ .. .,....+. w 50255 5253 . 9. i97 a& c'/. l Individual Exposure to Advertising a3id;. Changes in Brands Bou(;hV PUR\'ELL T3. B>:nSON Rutgcrs, The Statc University Per dollar of advertising, magazines apparently can sell more toothpaste than television can. 0~ n 0 n Oi 09 2 b U , l
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-,,•,.., . 50255 5257 { ~tins~raa-s3].r~~, N. C. ~ , ..~:X..v.U.-i.LJi1i ..•.. . . .i . i." ,:. I'.+_-^ol.1.8 TGbE.^.Ce Co., P.,Cn f:£'.i'.;h tilld froduct LW,:.,eat Lflg-rtr:c:ntu, S:.i~-n.e Infow.ntiLa Divioion .236ord5'y f`IIi? i 1:'-AF. FCV!S. C&A. JITM'S y by 2.•c"oq I 19117 414 Coli6+.t.j.c:1 Gf Cks.yralat fl 3 ~ 0 n-0 01 26 4 Y y .
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.-- 50255 5263 I ~274 INDIVIDUAL FOODS. C 211. FISH AND CT"cER R. J. t:: ~,~:c~Iurs '!'o5aLce Co., :cGeear.h P. Prc'.. ,+!lc_C 1.'a:1: W:`^:V*1r J?;^,nryi.^-m8 , sL'S.yI::•i-~ :'•p. . .:...:n 0._-...::.-n z93 :.i••.•ti•..•:...•L =v..3. C Ki. BrLJtI til'1l/ UL:ft-.A f1:l.....s A~.',:..a...mF.~:Z Lii1:3ior. T a. , nad :.~' :,•; W;_, 1970 a ColleCtlort of *rtnts,•_•i;,1, Wxr.atol--Sa1am, N. C. ~ I ~y,.._, _ ~~.-^, ''~ -
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50255 5260 X X ~MeF PnOUS. C~: STAfiCIi Awi} ao:.T: II , (1`374) ST.lRG~; jS.P. 0 30 4 t1 0 4 Winston-Salem, N. C. lt. J. fieyuolds Tobacco i.o., Rese.arch and Product Duv=3.or,~!ant Dcpartc:_nta, Sciecce Informe.tiou ^uivisioa, Ql,;t, INDIVIBL'Al FO.'3!7S. d: M. STARCH APtD riODIFTC.O SfiA%-: 1, by R. J. RP,vr.41.d3 V+hacr.d Co., Rosearch and Froduct llevelopmeat DeFartAents, Uciei:ce Information Division, and Letoy Meek. 1970 A collecticn of asterSal 2 6 7 ~ ~..1
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nl~11~I1 So2s3 5271 . ...a-. - ., w.. SKILLET DINNERS COOKED VEGETABLES ALONE/ XX R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co., Research and Product Development MeF Departments, Science Information Division, and LeRoy Meek C 226 S. P. IyDIVIDUAL FOODS... C 226. COMPLETE DINNERS, ETC. 73 1973 A Collection of Material Winston-Salem, N. C. 0 3 0 0 n 0 0 ') '2 7 8
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Mt:T!lOil3/ lASM-•T'ESiIHG~ 74 V Fo An t~~ sozss sw~r ~... . - i . .. . nter.dtt~nens~t~nal add~~v~ty.~. ~n, J,«,r,on d Psi-chorhys,cl . ~. 1974, t•or. 1s. Xv. J. s61-s67 muln dImensionauscalm g'r. C. ALFRED COttSYTi lt and KONALD G. S} IOR Unlrersity ojNew Hampshire. DurJram, New llampihire 018Z4 ~ Comparative judgments of the dissimilarity between schematic faces varying on 1, 4, 7, or 10 bir.ary attributes were obt,iined under two instructional sets. Using the Tucker•hlessick procedure, three snlwoups of like-perceiving S,s were isolated and the nature of cue-utilization by each described. Perceptual independence of attributes was demonstrated both within and between instructional sets for Subcroup 1 and within instructional sets for Subgroup 2. The Subgroup 3 results indicatcd an interaction of the attributes. Data from the Shor cognitive elements test differentially characterized •I - Sobgroups 1 and 2, but did not uniquely cha:acterize Ss requiring more complex models for the combination of attributes. The study illustrates the possible usefulness of an individual differences approach to the study of selective attention and information processing. r. 2~~ yOK Emphasis by many perceptual theorists (e.g., Gibson, interdimensional addi~jtiviity `h'ypothesis for about half of 1966, 1969; Garner, 1970) that perception involves an his Ss. This further emphasized the need for an active search for and selection of distinctive features of a individual differences approach for a careful stimulus array has lcd to a rapidly increasing literature- examination of the model. on processing information from multidimensional Taking into account these concerns, the present study. .,~.....~--xim urpcs~r'~k+-a~d.F,~s~w1~~7~,.c+~c ea dca,„,?rx.a~1=~ ints.Gd:~CCSinr,a;. 0 t10Q'23) 4 _y
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lv' 50255 5264 wiastoa-8a.er,i, 2i. C XX MeF AYD/0R (1970) &Na:- 6ft ~'t}T~TOES i ETC.._,... S.L'. R, ,7. Ray wolda Tr,4-,a;CCO Cu., RdeeatCh r.nd pxwiuct U4w3.rpmeat DaprarCmsnte, Scaaica 1:::.'S. C . "1.n: CC:3BI:C:'..i) t3X';'I srnma B^*?`S SUCii AS 13ZrT-,TA$I,L'S A*:Oj OIL '' :C"' OR F<vi'.~7:CiSS. STC.. by R. J. 2vmmlcsm To'~~ ~ ~a Co. , nsz,~ax.:h knd „QcGu:t Owr~~ ~s:~~a, Wcianca Yafr.r :az{-.n L'l:•:.v_-'c::, anr! Y,:•.Itoy Ii3-..ra. 1370 A CoLlaCtdoa of mtaael ~_~...z , . . 2 7 l
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50255 5268 Vegeta3les/ lQ R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co., Research and Product Development IleP-e-tfs"Departcnents, Science Ic~~,f~ ~rmation Division (1972) INDIiFIMt~ rbf3fl9~:-'C"~`:' 79lt'fL"D°•VEt3"ltftEft by R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co., Research and Product Development Departments, Science Information Division, and LeFoy Meek. 1972 A collection of material Winston-Salem, N. C. 0 30 0 0 0 0 ) 2 75
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502SS S2d! R. J. Esqx:olds Tatb.esCco Cio.,&zaeaYCh a.ad :'i'O:.t24'e Ui;r`i2JAp:'vmr. D-%'P~.''iw`II6flt9, 5tic:ica Tni'czmsifo.Z UJ'iYiu1o-r1 1 1/I ~i rtfir'T^"Ill FaJIJ. C AW. VEGFTULF.S, A. :i, w.oics 'robacco Co.. Ftcaesk,!It a:v.i X'vap.%.'aC= ~ ~~~C .~iC~IC'~::'.x': Int: -rcim.iQn r,aix-ion, and La-?cq Meck. 1970 A collecsicn of QaCo;cAt{Ji.os~on-Ss1am, N. C. onU- 0 1) 27b r- _,
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..a... . .,.,,.,, ... ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGESI I 50255 5279 X3C R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co., Research and Product Development MeF Departments, Science Information Division, and LeRoy=Meek C 261F A `(9 S. P. INDIVIDUAL FOODH.. C&ft. WINE - FLAVORS,;,... . 73 A Collection of Material Winston-Salem, N; C. 03 0 0 n o 0 ? 28 6
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-. _ _ --~...-.. j xx -- -~~ ---- , 0 2~: tLRtAl.J ~ ,~cF 50255 5258 :~ (1970) - nE. .... 1 S.P. ,,,.oUa To3aiaco C,o., P.asaarciti aad R. J. ^.w ilepSrtmf•"Nti1P C(:iQas48 ~- -i~ ~ 1'AI:".VIt3v~+L sK C~t)a.l C 2~. C~".':F.'~~.A.l.. S,A.l..S, Mui3* ::A:;iaoics aobscco Co., ~ ~. Infos.-1--tica UvI4i-ca, &a.4 T.oBoy Afatk. 1970 A coLlacti9a of natesisl. 4iinPton-S+alem, N. C. ..~..~.~.-~..,..-.r.....z• ... ~.. fl;S 0 0 n 4 0 1 2 6 S Y- ,
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~' . . xX 50255 5274 i MeF (1970) S.P. 'V. . r(.-..,,.. . . . . . . . . JiFi.i.. -. . _ .. -. ~~ I*,DTV.r.uAt,. FOxinS. CM: STAPLES ~;;cat i?S PASTAS, ~ T0. R. J. Tnb3cco C.o., Reaeaarch anci F„cdu.^.t lta7:.11a^aeut llepa'&"t=n.a, Sc3er_Ye Iafotr:t:.oa AivWca 223 I::.r.•1iONFAZ t Y+:~3. C M. STA.RLES SJ(,^•i Ac P.7?'kT'~~FCt }_'TC,, by R. .t. -. • --•.r ... .. _ ToSaHco Co., ItesEgrch r.r.d Pcc:dtsct Dew~.,.q-w"t A•3pax4-meaasi Sci3nca Iaf,;zur:;va Di;r'...asau:~ ~3~.~sL~n-Sa1am, ~, 6.aollAct:on of m.tev1a3 0 3 0 0 n0 0 -) 2 3 1 . ~ : :~~
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50255 S277 2G5 INL,IViDUAL FOODS. C 2%. ICE CRE:,2-;S ATI) P.ELATED. --I S.P. ~ 8. J. Eafx.{x1.ds Tobatco Co., Reeearah ani i Procuct DeQelopraant Dapastmente, SciPCi.=n C2w. ICR W.,:A,:,',S k nD by R. d. RpsyeoLd3 'zobacso Co., ~ ?]nn ±: c~e~+e~, :~c ~: uoa In~ds_ ~cioa L'i~ia!ot~, gud Lce'a.y 2''_~ ~:C. 1970 A collflctica of asZeriai g k~~l3~~a-sa~~, a. C. ! xx i t4eF --~ ~ (1970) 4~ n n il ~l t) -W
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_n... _ .. ...., _ .._.. ~ .. _ ~.....,... ~ _ . 502SS S276 S. . , R. J. RP:ya.-+les .obacco Cv., RAerarch ani Prw+lct miJa1o~.~::eut 1eeaesrtmEatsi, 5c:;Q:wa lL1so:`wLtam DiV3.:.iQIi ~~(~,,~~.~ GO e~~o9 C :"~3'. j-aiT P3TxLi, 2•UYPY?`:CS. :"1':t:i2'3. KG:iBY. ETE. , tv R. .3. Rcyaollds 'icbacco Co., fi,^3earc ; snd PrUduct revel,jpmgnt Ct3gnrt,-^,ants, Srience iaxctrm.at+cn Di=riaion, and LLeP.oy hgek. 1970 A collecr:.m of matzriA1 k'i"ton_--Salm; N. C, O -r--->- , , ~ ' ~'1~`:~.3+ r.....t ::.~..... `a.. ........ ~,.se r..~a - . . .. .. . . ~ w.. w.ta: w v~:• f . - .. ~ . a:~ ~.. .. :s.' ~ ~G7,1 G,r, 24 ~ M ' " : ` : S V'r M "{I;(E S . j MeF RI'.ffl'fbt'jkl..; C: Z"$ 1 (1970) TUPPINCS, •SYRUPSI, iiONFY, ETC. -.~.~.........-~.-.n.....-~...-.n.,.- ~--> T 0 a t~ Q!1 i) () ) 2 a 3 .. .~-, ~. AN., ;. .Y , -4
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TP 958 Ga 1972 PDDL 1'1le Essential Oils 8Y ERNEST CUENTtIER, Px.D. Vies htrilnu .e! Tta6eirol Direator /?irzuG BrorA.n, /nt., A'rr Yort, N. Y. VOLUME FIVE 61o2ss 52sI OP° T-ffE-•Pf:ANT-- FA4f1 Li£S- . ROSAOEAIE;-Aiif'R!S`TICACf.r!•B;-ZIXGIBERACEAE, PIP€RA(}kh~F;-^-°r!#AC-ARDlrtCEAE, SANTALA- F*~..>GEs1E-ANLY-1tfYDPORACEAE; ZYGOPHYLLA- ; ,GLAE, LF~'.II~f1~OSriE; Hr1i11~1 ~tIF•LID.~ICEr1E, . ' DtP-TER4CA•RPA,aFrtE;'ArVO11'ACEAE, OLE- ~ ACErt~;,i't'rM'r!R?`L"LIDACI:AE, RUBIACEAE, hfAGN09!Y~1C'E.f'P'; CA1'RIF'OLIACEAE. b'1- O1:AGE"; l RLSEDACEAI:, SAXIFRAGA- CErlE;C~l~2#`(jPN!`CL"ACf.~tE. PR1,1f ULA- . !!;`'l`TI"'lACE.4E, AND COtLiPOS1TAE VAN NOS'1'KAND REINHOLD CO11PANY New York Cincinnati Toronto London Melbourne u~~o190~~0 I t .. ~ . ~ _ _.~.. . _ ... •w- . . : ' _
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50233 3270 o l -2 AA I.tiDIVIDi3A1. FOODS. C gogp. FRUITS. MeF (1970) S.P. a. ,. ;,=_,:a?ds Tobccca Cn., ktswr.xch a;ed Y j`"Uf`? At1?1 r,a)i"?nt Dei.~'°rt~noAtB, S~"'~ti.Y2'}^ _._ ?':a~`or:r•c*t Di':ieit' ~ ' . ._.,_.. , :: i . .i~o .i ~ a `~So io1 `/6 ..•.:....,:~u:,:. :.i~o. C by R_ T, Rti.h.~t.~n ~rar.a..t., i~., a.....,......, _, . . _ . . ~. ~ _~ . , . ....,....~.. . e.... Oroju:.z rc.!°aiopreiit Dpp._T'•."t?_.T!LJ, s^_i'_:•^.f.' ., 1973 a eo21m:.c:, Ci mut4_ Aa1 ilirstan-Sa1em, N. C. 2 7 7
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50255 5283 .~1O 4- XX aeF ZldDiViDcl4L.l4L. FCCI?S. CM. S.7ACKS. I (1970) S. P 3. J. r:.; ;.m:.da bo5acco Co., P,earvsxch G-4 Pra:tict Cc°a:.,la}ca:rnt Brapaztlan:a, SciOWcra :efOFn!Q-O-% Ti.!:y'aicn .204 I2;-J:;,'ZTJiI.L CZM. S:iACKS, by R. .?. ?nyY:o1ds ?obsccA Co., fUneAr--h _,i•i Yrod+sct Daproiopm-aat Ue+paxt.ents. ;c~..2n.e iaformction D:riaiaa, c.,ad i.*:.:tcp iSae:. 1970 A callsction of material win-ston-Sat1em, H. C. 0 n n n 4 2 9 4
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so~ss s29• SF - F AMR Knutson, A!idae L ` The individual, society, and health behavior (by, Andie L. f Iinutsun. Ners York, Russell Sage Foundation, 1965. 1 b33 p. illus. 24 cm. , Includes bibliog-raphical references. 1. Sc•ctal incdlcln2. 2. Soclal psychology. L Title. R.1418.K33 611.019 6 5 °1+_1Jf Library of Con;resvt ~' i3, W-
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'79 III Nsa Ind. J. Chem 17(2)187-9(Feb. 1979) , JItudlcs in Bihetcrucycics :!'art I Vt~1= :Vass Spectra of 2-(2U-l-uryl)f'pdulo&- 2-(a`•!ThicnyI)- indole A Their ivitru Derivatives V~• ..~1 ~ S:iIVAI.l.YA il„01W .YC IARVOTTAM Y. .\l.IMF.KAR• lJCpartment .-f 1'wat;r.uluate tita.litr. t Rcsu:+rch in C'Lrini,try, univcraty ..t 11y:..re dlanuwganguthri, \lyworu S~lO(q4 r lltesiYed 2. AQpil 1978; ucccp[ed 28 f rtly 1978 . Mass spectral fragmentation patterns of 2-(2'-(uryl)- indole (la) and 2-(2'-thienyl)inJole (ib) and their S-nitro derivatiees (il:, and Jib) have been discussed. In •rll the cases molecular ion peak has been found to be the base peak. 0 3 0 0 n0 0 4 305 -.T'•+!$* '}'~. %t~WY,7~'+ d- Y
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HEART--DISEASE/STRESS/CORONARY HEART DISEASE/MYOCARDIAL INFARCTION/ RC 681 Fy 1981 a. DISSERTATIONS--AIR FORCE INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY/ UNCLASSIFIED 50255 5292 3tCURrTr CLAss•F1~..TooN qP TN~~ Charles W. Staton First Lieutenant, USAF amuel P.IFye Ca tain, USAF, MSC •A6C fr'%.n D.r. Yar...f) REPORT DOCUMENTATION PAGE RFRD INSTRUCTtONS BEFGRC CO%IPLETING FORM ivT•s CATALOa NuNaR 9, T\Tt JP RLPOUT 6 PtR1O0 COVtr:LC _ ~"DIVZtyOA~ 7= D_.Q GANIZATIONAL~I~RIABL~ster's hesis ~ ~~'AR'Y_ HgA`1'~DISEASE~ t: ytRroRUn, .o T NYNRtR Air Force Institute of Technology, WPAFB 0 . COM RAC 014 GRAN NUNi&R(a) 1. PLRJORMINO ORGANI2ATrON NANE ANO ADORCSf / • 1. PPCOR.V !LEMCNT. PROJECT• TAfI: .•.r • APC. A MCRK JNIT NUN8tRS School of Systems and Logistics , 1/. CONTROLLING OFPICt NANt ANO AOORtlf Department of Communication and Humaniti AFIT/LSH, WPAFB OH 45433 STRESS - _ " re+uwd Ou~e.y CORONARY HEART DISEASE STRESS ASSESSMENT ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR n -7 ~ OC RD NFR _~'jt'_: --•-^ a-- - IJ.- RCFORT OATt Jur.e 1981/ A7.-ftyYftw A'TP`A_d tf 150 la. :ECURITT CLAfl. (.t tAIe r.p.q UNCLASSIFIED IS& OECLASf1i1CAT/ON/OONNGRA0IN0 SCMEDULt
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. ....a,.' ~.~. . :...r•. - _ -- "."rfMri.r . I 50255 5295 T.oeb, :.c4, 186.- The biolog~^al t,z<sis of ir.dividunlity, by Leo i: ~.t; ... SpriIlgftCid, M., Bal+..ir.nora,.Nf(l., v. C. Tjlortia9, 1941. ziil, 711 p.,11. 25} :m. "rt,at edii?o^:" . 1. Indtr-tduallty. 2. Transplsntatfon (Physiology) r. T:;1c.. QH'-,ol.rz 612.OS5 Libc*.+ry (;f Cvm;cE:=; i,;2r-1! ~ 3 ~7 A r1 ao ) 3 0 :Z -W A. .
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\ / I ~r...,~....~.w...~.....~..__..~ _ i i 50255 5305 - Ineo! es, V. 21V,1 0. ' 0,-tva!kcG in 1:et;:_mfclic el:crLi.^!7. v. 1- t& A'eR York, AcAdemic Yre:~„ iL63- 1 1!i v. d,arra. 14 cm. F.LIt.x.: t^!ii- A. R Katritzks. InN.ad~c A!~~sopa;A~. 1. IIe!erxrC::: N+npr.woda--{=,tkclcc RorkE. I. Fi,ktrli:..~, A/1C Ii., Ea. 1 Q.L?i0.'1.A13 ~ bl7.SS 62--13f1:t? LtQrery of t.'cngr~s IW1Ss 0 3 0 0 n : 0') 3 1 2 ~ ' ~
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50255 5302 CHFMISTRY, ORCANIC, VOL. I--IV/RIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY, VOL. I--IV/ ~ SESQUITF,RPENES/STEROIDS (tdithanolides) /PIPF.RIDINE ALKIILOIDS/INDOLE A1.KALOIDS/ PYRIDINE--ALKALOIDS--BIDSYNTHESIS/ALAKLOIDS--BIOSYh'THESIS/AMI?1f) ACIDS--BinCftF:'tIS'~ SIS/ I CARBANIONS/FAT''Y ACIDS/&MINO ACIDS--SYNTHF.SIS / VITAMIN D/PYRIMIDINES/ISOQUINOLINE ALKALOiDS/ BI00RGANIC CHEMISTRY • QP 514 Ta 1978 /SUBSTRATE BEHAVIOR , ; ~. ~ A treatise to supplement Bioorganic Chemistry An International Journal no~ Y b E. E. van Tamelen don 1978 F L 1 Y i k S ' Edrrc~d I y E. E. van ameten Department of Chemistry Stanford University Stanford. California Volume II ranc sco on ~~.A - ~ an ur ~1C Ph<LS$_ New
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qU 1-00 Ad ].973 PYRRf?LR:i /TE TRXiY llR0 i St,1.)!iI!301.I tit: ;/ 't1I;:OLIi`i.'?S / < ;~ICfflp /~:.PYFI;,ui.:rS/ Advances in -H ~T~ROL,Y(.~1_,I~ I CHEMIST RY Volume 15 Ed~t d b e y 50255 5303 A. R: KATRITZKY.• A. J. BOULTON Ac :demic Press • New York and London • 1973 A Subsidiary of Harcourt Brace ;ovanovich, Pubiishe:s 0 3 0 0 t7 0 09 31 0 --I'- :
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/ ~cgAR~l~" `A1r• ~_ ..... .r._ . ~ _ ... .. _'~ ~ S02 SS 3300 FENICILLIN/A.yTIT1IOTI CS--BIOC1lF?1I STRY/AFLATOXINS/STEPIf:.KATOCYSTI;3S / VERRUCARI I:S/RORIDINS /SY?IT11FS I S, ORGA.`7IC/FLAV0:10ID-CLYCOS I DEY POLYPF.PTI DES/ ~ ' SESQUITEP.PF.NES/CROTOY OIL/PIIOREOLESTERS/MELANINS/CANCER--C.AUSATI07/ _ IlWOIi. MdCALOIDS/, .., . ' . r ~ ~ ~ .';r . , . . / Qo zsr. 1974 . FORTSC,HRITTE DER CHL'r,IE ORGANISCHER NATURSTOFFE PROGRESS IN THE CHEMISTRY OF ORGANIC NATURAL PRODUCTS , q..owa.ew •.ouoos... VOL 31 L. ZECHMEISTER asa^,erae.w..ow • .«n... W. HERZ I!. GRISEBACH 0. W. KIRBY tAtA{AWL R~ heIfLYO ~ K MA~" Rala9ls • &Ntwo" }E }E /U.'DEASEN • ST. F. BMDY • C. 1•L HwRR[S • TH. M. HARJ4K 1L IIEG7ER - K. B. H[aDIEY • D. N. b1cGREGOR • 1. ti XV.RSHwLL 7. C ROBERTS - L SCHMTDT • O. N. SCiIRAU2ER • G. A Sw/iY CKTAi[M - H. wAGNER• L wia[Er.fELDT 1974 WIEN •SP&INGEA•VERLAv • Lt%. avw. .. 0 3 0 --o nn o. 6 _ J- 1:--Q ~, .: .~-..~_. _ _... __._7 I . ~. i V . X-11" '
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50255 52e1 • --1 ,< . ..~.riF,yM~. ~ xx IKDt •.'IDU 3~feF !~;~~lF~.~..~~Etl~.~ (1970) S.P. II. J. Raytwz csi xc:'a. cco Co., Ra:Dearch &z:d ~ Praiuct Dnpastments, Seaanr.a t A 273 ^~.I~ ~1~1!~'l i VYUI. CM. ..~, ~7 CArC.J & by R. 3. :?ayroi.''.3 ~05AC~A ~a. : itovasrrh an.r~ 1~rl~ri~ri+L T~ASaoZ,Cn-+s~nR ]l.lnsixtr~ne~>q~ Scicnce In¢croation Divisioa, fmi IO-Roy 1isek. Winetorr•Selem, N. C. 1970 A co7.lection e:t rr.ataxia3, - . - •~~-_.....~.....~....__..,..,,,.._,.,. 0 3 n 0 n0 0 9 2 94
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50255 5311 ; 245 v. 3 .? 1 F 1 Fortschritte der Chemie orc;anischer Naturstoffe. Prozr~_~~ ~ ~ in the. cliemistry of organic natural prodi~ck. Prohres (L~u: ln chimie des substances organiques naturelle=. 1.- ,`.~i.j ~ Wien Springer-Verlaa tetc.l 1938- z T. 6~ ~ , , v illus 24 cm ; . . . Founded and for some years edited by L. &Ichnzcister. 1. Chemistry, Organic-Period. z. 7.echmetker, L;iszld, 13:J- ed. Q,D~t1.1~s f`a A C39 -10 :5 M;ir,nesota. Univ. Librt. ~ for Library of Congress jS9r rfqljt ~
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;ilTl?OARENES / CYCLOYROPANF. C!),•tPOINDS/OLEFINS--Pli0TOC1IEMISTRY/IIiDOLE9A QD 251 Or 1973 Organic Reactions Volume 20 EDITORIAL BOARD WILLIAx C. DAUaEN, Editor•in-Chiuf JOHN E. BALDWIN WILLY LEUtORGBER .TOHY h•RIED • JAXES A. MAMSHALI. RICNARD F. HEcx BLAINE C. "MCKGCICK AVDREW S. I1EYDE JERROLD %IEIN'%N'ALD RARRV M TRl1CT JOHN WIL1•:Y & SOtiS NEH' YORh; • LONDON • SYDNEY • TORONTO . ..__. >,.... ....--~ . . -04
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~; ~-1 ,7 fi .,;- %;;~:T-1 Ll, Y : : PuSlira:ion Nuntbcr 825 A ~,sFRICIiN LECTt1P.E s:.TQrSO ~ A Lfunoglcph in The DJvNP:i:Ii.S7'OVK DIVZS:ON of A:.:i:RICAN LT:CI'UIi::.S IN LIVING CIfEblLSTRY Edi:ed by L NEWTON Ki7GL:LMhSS, M.D., Ph.D., SaD. C-:uturt tM lJ:e•3Je~~.ln:ent of llealth and IIrg;,itaL, aliucinoqenic , ~ ugs .By F. CIlltlSrl-I;.rr L;rC1S6'\T, Ph.D. Assacia:e :-ro/e.*sor o/ Biocherr.istry Research Associcte in Psychiatry T;rain Rccearch Institute Univcrs:ty of Tennessee 1l.*edical Units dltmp.his, Tu:nc.~see CIIATil:ES C THOMAS • PUI3LISII)•: Sprfttg,,ield e Illiuoit • U S.A. - .-4
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- .....w,,,. So25s 5319 : ' QD Sunipter Ward C 400 Iletcrocsclic coropoun(ls .h ith indole nn,d carbazo'.e tnms ib3•, Ward C. Sutnpter iaud, F. M. Miller, New Yo; k, Inter>:cicnco Publishers,1J;r1. 307 p. [lius. 24 cm. (The Chemistry of heterocyclie compoun :_, V. 8) 1. Ileterocyclle componnds. 2. Inciole. 3. CarLazcle. Fred \lathias, 1^03-- joint auttlur. Library of ron;ress QD'331.S 8331.S8 l= ) 547 53-10i G0 ; r _-....._....~-..~-.w«.~~_..,..-.-.-.._. 0 ;3 k') 0 n r~ 0 9 3 2~
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50255 5315 Agric. Biol. Chcm., 43 (3), 675 - 677, 1979 INDf}LF.SV 675 Short Communication 77 II Re-79 S.P. Synthesis of 2-Amino-9H-pyrido[2, 3-b]indole Isolated'as a Mutagenic Principle fromc6rolytic Products of y,~rotein Takashi MATSUMoro, Daisuke YostnDn, Hideo TonfirA and Hajime MATSUSHITA Central Research hrstitute, The Japan Tobacco and Salt Public Corporation. 6-2 Umegaoka, hlidort,kj, Yokohama. Kanagawa 227 Received December 25, 1978 We previously demonstrated that the pyroly- zate of amino acids and proteins exhibited high mutagenic activity,'•" and recently we ~3() 0(1004 322 methylpyridine according to the method of Takahashi et al.," 4.20 g of anhydrous potas- sium carbonate, 0.1S g of copper powder and 3.30 g of o-phenylenediamine was heated at 170°C for 45 min. The reaction mixture was cooled and extracted with water and ether. A small amount of decomposition product was filtered, and without isolation the compound il in the aqueous solution was converted by the treatment of nitrous acid into the correspond- ing benzotriazolylpicolinic acid (II l) which was recrystallized from ethanol to give 1.42 g of crystals in '9% yield; mp 262`C, N1S nile: 240 (M;), PMR u?yS-°'10: 7.50-7.83 (2H, m), 8.11- 8.50 (4H, m) and 8.78(1H,d,J=8.3 Hz), and CMR o=;;y°-"°: 115.1 (d), 117.0 (d), 120.0 (d), 123.7 (d), 125.6 (d), 129.5 (d), 131.0 (s), 141.2 (d), 146.2 (s), 147.4 (s), 150.6 (s) and 165.6 (s). In the CM R spectrum of 11 I, singlets
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- ...a.wNn. . ~ •... 50233 3321 I "ritz, 1'?75- ©c?. r zf> Y Y -,'l.cvkloa»did ~3er techzi schen volii^ ueu ,-sta'_tet® in ':1>^:r.ir.:lc'ln-"± --It arc-''. 7J_1 '.iia._.a Oc^- :. 1'uncnPn, `_rbqn and Scht•-srzenbercr, cn. Verfa nra_,stachnik. ~ 3rl 0 n ij 0 ~ 3 2 4 .
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. . .,r... So2SS 5325 "71 f _ . ......_ ..r..,.. -t Sriifh, Ivsr, ed. Chroni: to,;raphic tech,tiques- clii>;cal appiicatiozk. tIeinemrtrm,1958, xiti, 300 diagrs., tahli-3. ^2 cm. Ir,dudca b[lsU~j;. Rphiei 1. Chromatographic analyp'g. r. TiLIe. ~' Roch_~cter. t?niv. Lii,r... ~~ QD271 for Library of Con;re,s ' ;5l 03~o n~,~ 13a;~ -r :und bic,che:c<<aj A S 'o 3 T G6 I i ~ --A .
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0 .. • TOBACC0--M0ISTURE/TOBACCO--SMAKE-l-PHENOLS/. TOBACCO--SMOKE--COmvOSITION/ • , . ; . RJR TRANSLATION . RJR CLASS NO. TRANSLATION Seehofer, E.; Hanssen, D.; Schoedu- Beitr. Tabakforsch. 3(ho. 2) 135-150 (May 1965) (In German - complete English translation available.) _ (BAT Cigarettenfabriken.Gmb}1, Hamburg, Ger.) INDIVIDUAL PUFF A'.VALYSIS OF SaiOKE:- ~ *Keywords:* moisture, cured, constituent; nicotine, smoke, constituent; ~ . condensate, smoke, constituent; phenols, smoke, constituent. _ ' Our studicc showcd that thc yicid nf total phciiols pcr ci;;arcttc dccrcascs by ss 1lo whcn thcrc 1 ~ Is an incrcasc in m;.i:.turc content. This fact is duc to the gro%rth of thc filtration constaat it i,,,cnols , occurring %ncCn tllc tohacco mnisturc contcnt rises. The dctcrmin.ition of substances cnntaincd , i in thc individuil puffs revealed a stcep increase in the yicld of phcnc-ls with thc puff nulnber, ` I hic is' us~ byn thr„Jrcrasi1 i lc~ th~~f t~ GltcrinL tobacco rod, by the rc•distillat;on of thc ~ ~un~s ~llsor4iFc1 rt i th~toll•.cco'Fo~l,`~3ncP6y fKc increased formation of phenols during thc rcpy- ~, rolysis of thc condcnsate. Ynn _ ~.^ ,
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50255 5314 Rsf . 123 K 7nd oles,, : -, Yurl .q 1IER _.•.:.•~a..e.;vA.....~ .,..~. . . ;f)(CZ.USiv-E ...~;. -. o3o0no o ) 3 2 1
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50255 5323 Agrlc. Blol. Chem., 43 (5), 1155 -1156, 1979 .. Short Communication 77 II Re-79 S.P. Isolation of 2-Amin,o-9H-pyrido[2,3-b]- indole and 2-AXnino-3-methyl-9H- pyrido[2,3-b)(ndolcvs Mutagens from Pyrolysis Product of.,Yryptophan Daisuke YosHtDA and Takashi MATSUMOTO Central Research fnstitute, 77re`Japan Tobacco and Salt Public Corporation, 6-2 Untegaoka, Alidori-ka, Yokohama, Kanagawa 227 Reccived January 17, 1979 We previously demonstrated that the py- rolysis product of tryptophan exhibits high o ~cn o no o ~ ~:~o , , I k- 1133 the conventional liquid-liquid partition meth- od. The basic fraction was subjected to the chromatography on a Sephadex LH-20 col- umn (2 x 40 cm) using methanol as a solvent. The eluate corresponding to III and IV we:e further separated by thin layer chromatc- graphy on Woelm silica gel plate (20 x 20 cni) with ethyl acetate as the developing solvent. The spots corresponding to III and IV were scraped off under UV light, and the methanol extracts were again separated on the silica gel plate with a mixture of chloroform and meth- anol (100: 5, v/v) as the developing solvent. The spots corresponding to III and !V were scraped off and the methanol extracts were subjected to the chromatography on a Se- phadex LH-20 column in the same manner as mentioned above. From the fractions having
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... 50255 5318 REF RC 483 Us 1972 .1.,. it"- 1-J UGR1V?~l'1 V~'.5~ ~ .., YiiENOTHIAZINESPVW#MP.` YSEP.CIG ACID IIERIL'ATIVES/EE•1208*11ZEP;:;~,,: ! t"t.ESERPI,+a AND DERIVA'iIVES/}IARMINE AND DE.RIVATIVE:S/BAR3I'iJ:ATE' S ! PSYCliOTROPIC DhUGS AND RELATED CONTOIiVDS. SECOND EDITIUti EARL USDIN, Ph.D. and DANIEL H. EFRON,fi M.D., Ph.D. Psychopharmocology Research Branch Division of Extramural Research Programs f Deceued D[PARTt.4ENT OF HEALTH, EDUCATION, AND WELFARE Health Services and Mental Health Administrotion Nationol Institute of Mental Health 5600 Fishers Lone Rockville, Maryland 20852 0 3 0 0 r~ n t~ 2 5
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~....~... ... 50255 5322 ,CYCt.IC CnMPi)I; \DS OG RA?HS ~ VO/,,ZS l:.DNVARll C. TAYLOR 4 .~------~-` -`=_#=- -, ' . ~i4~%° s~r~i~ 1J ~I J.4A../ . PART ONE, J-. ~• . ~ Edited VVill i ant J. Houli han Sartdo_-11' tn9'r. Iru'. Reteu-th and De:rlv?mcnu Dicis,on Naaocer, Ne,r le•rrey 4 3(l 0Oc~ cl ~l 3 2 y -.4
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e Bo/C6~R y/ e o oKBaeKs --.¢s iA Dishes from Indonesia by YOHANNI JOHNS 0 3 0 0 n a 0 9 3 4 2 f,P 9~7 Jo
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50255 5312 Iz MeA1-79 S.P. ,Y* Bunseki Kagaku 27(8)520-4 (1978) Gas chromatographic deterrnination of trace conecntration of indoles in air using Tcnaz-GC precoh•mn. 1'asuyuki HOSHIKA« . nd Giic•hi Mtrro'• (*Aichi Grtvironmental Research Center, 7-6, 'Nagare, Tsuji-machi, Kita-ku, \agoya-shi, Aichi; •+Institute of Industrial Science. University of Tokyo, 7-22-1, Roppongi, \Iinato-ku, Tokyo) The gas chromatographic determination of a ppb level of 7 indolcs, i.e., indole, 2-, 3-, 5-methylindole, 1,2-, 2,3-, 2,5-dimethylindole in air was studied by the use of Tcnax-GC trapping precolumn (60i80 mesh, 3 em X 8 mm i.d. glass) only or Tenax-CC tiapping prccolunut plus alkaline prccolumn (2~/, IYaOH on glass beads :i0J6U mesh, I cun x 8 mm i.d. gl3ss). The conditions of Tcnax-GC and alkaline precolumns were as follows: operating tcvnpcrature for the trappin„ room temperature (about 20`C); sampling velocity of sample air, 5.5 limin; volume taken 501itcr. The Tenax- GC packing material traoFed sample air was transfcrcd into the analytical precolunuit 14 cm x 4 mm i.d. glass). The opcrating temperavire tor tiie injection of the eraPDilig samnlrc inrn the g:?- ct:rG ;-;ogrnpit tituipln•ti with a(lame ioniz:.:ion detector (FID), incrclscd from the room tc: - crature to 280'C in 42 s. 11e chrotna- tographic conditions wcre as follows: main colunin packing, 1 or 5?; Silicone \f-G0 on Chromosorb 1%'- (A\V, ll\ICS) 80/1Q0 mcslt; colunvt size, 3 mx I or 3 mm i.d, glass column; eoluunti temperature, 170'C; ci~icr ~c, sii ng(a 35()c 5~ il; n f u. e 7 utdolcs wat tep.tt.1te`i completely wiihin about 1 utin withuut tailinR, exct•Irt fur 2,3- and 2,5-Jimcthylindole, whose peaks were overlapped. In the Tcnax-CC an •••- preeolutun injection method the repcatabilitics t retention time and the peak area (as the couc •. uC & digital integrator) of 29 to 570 ng of the 7 indol• i ..rm less than 2.2 and 10.9% in the cocilicirnt of va - ~ wa respectively. The F[D detcctor response prod-,(nt a straight line rc•L.tiotuhip of the peak area or peak he'gn1 with 5 to 5r00 ng of the 7 indolcs. 'Che nt;nunuio deteetable concentration of the 7 indoles was as iow x about 0.05 ppb. The present mcthod was appl:cd tc the detcrnunation of indolcs in air ot a rat houce. (Rcccivcd iiov. 10, 1977) Kcytcorda Gas chromatography Indoles Precohtmn trapping method Tcnax CC Trace :utalysis w 0 -04
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\ , t . r / s025S 5337 i I RA 576 Du 981 , AIR--POLLUTION/TOBACCO--SMOKING--PUBLIC/FORMALDEHYDE/ ^I~a1fir. NITROGEN OXIDES/CARBON NDNOXIDE/AIR--POLL ON--PARTICULATE NM" op.ratM by ORRIDE CORPWATtal ioe W sETARDt7f! GF ERoa 0 3 0 0 n o 0~ 3 4 4 C. S. w*..r l.J.MaLa (Uiso:s) aujim-7R7s , Nork sposos.~ by oop ariic" of RailliaRs a.d Cas*.isr syst.s ~1.c. i.R1isW: Awil ifR1 M[ RIOCE J/lTI0U6 URMTMY OUt RiJf. T....ssst S7tJ0 Coetrsct Mo. M-740d• Ii 8.a1" d :af.cy Mrisiaw REIptT OF AD IqC TASR FORCE A~R ~Ai~J1~
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\ f I 4 / i I ~ 1,34AZINE DERIVATIVES~ETERQA.`JNULENES/ QD 400 1978 Advances in 5328 HETEROCYCLIC CHEMISTRY Volume 23 Edited by A. R. KATRITZKY A. J. BOULTON , stU,,.rav,+b., Sckwa vaberoy WF" AW& Nerwick Fmf-d 0 3 0 0(1 (1 09 3 3 S Academic Press • New York San Fraacisd wSbd"q of N.roovt Draoe luvasericl. hbi+I - ss i
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50255 5308 . ~/ J ~ S b f't ~ ly9-- ?a ~ TIIr: ~:~ I:ul.~ ~IS .iur,l.W i•r s5Tc I3Y It• F• C. IikON•N• nnd •ll. Bt,^rCltenO (>Innu.-rip: nccircnl 1[t:rch =D, 19'71] a 6+tmrt Pprnly•i., of nt S.'r-t• u•7 rnrn t. Eth rh:trt eontact time Fivr•s a cnm• pl,x tnixlurn nf i~ namlitri!o, _'-t inytpynr!me, o-tultuJtnc,antlr•.•-.r.l~rcn••. Tln•I,tr.•ly•trht.=6•,nnincesticntcdb.•u.ing r'C nrd r,l.: hth. linr_ wvl i.c . a.lc:n'd thr .dl•-• t+ r f tn•4h)•l and plu•rtyl .-tb-•litu.•nt.•t. Tho nitrilu rnrl..nt . t 1„ n..•tati.i•• ri,u• f..rutt+l i• r!• n.•.I frnm C7a of nxindolC• ntt(l not frum t,'9• I•~r•d -i. •:f :-1•'•• u~:~~indol.• G•nu+ 1-mrttn•lrarbnznlc, end d phenyl• o> indnlc fnrm+ I•mnin•w t:.•. Th.•.at- tr•nlt, nrr tnr•.rl,r••r• •1 ut Y• nn. nf tlu• fvrrnntiun nnd r.t.b.••qurnt renvtutgoumra ni nr~Irrtn n• • un•l .,••.Ica:t„•r;•.•• •I h.. Ir.vulv••i., nf oximinlr iv cnrn- par• tl ~.ilh I.t'r.!t ~•• .•f.. l:.!}' ^a•I•r:u .l lr•1•~ I cn•1• .'I It• :r..t....l trtratn ofncimI"b n, rrint+•rpr+d.,l in lhw 1 ri,t :•f tl..• !•rn:lpti•• n- .rh; tht• sp ctrnm nt(7-t~CN,~iudnle e}w•e+s that L~-; nf I1t''t,': t, a u:n..•r pr„ra... (^3 :1•t"•o)• 1?':etrUt t•tlrtN `;in.Y• 1965 N'w.+ u.rl r,tht'r-; L,t• o r•.pl• r. I tLt• 1!'t+!t !,_ rt,h,ir•• nt hi tt tr inla raturea t:n i lutti 0 3 I1 .'/t (14 ~t'!t(',.\Il~lt • i t~; .~.lyl,t•t1 f ,; (1), N l,r•n \, 1, r•tul G fr-pre- tt • 16 ~-J~' '''un•rautrl: uf Ilri•: it e n:ulil•Y
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~....... .......,.........>_ ~, ....., ~ ~... ..,.. d -74 X S~TOBACE0=~5HOKING-~PASSIVE/SMOKING AND iiEALTH/-'~=~~- 50255 5339 ~ RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET 74 X Sal Sayer, W.~J. *(no affil.)* 7StHODSt AZt`_lE~td.ITTI~: '' IFFJtM- a!(• TttE • NOII-SMa14TR" OF'= TOBACCO SmOKE INDnm: West. Jour. Med. 121 (No. 1) 56 (1974) (in English) *Keywrords:* nitrogen dioxide, smoke, constituent; hydrogen cyanide, smoke, constituent; carbon monoxide, smoke, constituent. i *1974, NO. 17, W 7334* *d* Tobacco medicine: .. I
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~.~~.. ..~ ._4.~.~,~. 30153 SJ#S , A LITERATU{;E REVIEW Ferris B. Benson John J. Henderson D. E. Caidwell 4.S.ENYIRONMENTAI PROTECTION AGENCY National Environmental Research (enter Research Trioncle Park, Nosth Carolina Augusi 1912 .~ _ .~.«.«.. . II MeAl 72 ,NUQV!\'VU 1 U0VF1°: , S.P. AIR POLLUTION IEZELATfQNSHrFS: 0 3 o0 rl 0 o ') 3
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Indow Air Pollution. ~nd its Eff~~tS ow Hea1tIP. dX Re2-81 S•:P. - ,.. 29 r R. J. W. MELIA, C. du V. FLOREY, S. CHINN, B. D. GOLDSTEIN,' A. G. F. BROOKS,2 H. H. JOHN,3 D. CLARK,4 I. B. CRAIGHEAD' and X. WEBSTER' Department oj'Community Medicine, St. Thomas's Hospital Medical School, London, SEl 7EH . " . ; . : , : r INTRODUCTION • T'HE past research into the effects on health from air pollution has concentrated on outdoor pollut- nts. In the U.K. attention was drawn to the prob- lem of high levels of atmospheric smoke and sulphur dioxide (SO=) by the rapid mcreases in mortality and morbidtty rates which occurred during eptsodes of t mog (INinistry of Health, 1954). Major disasters of his kind have not arisen from pollution inside the home and the indoor environment was thought to 0 3 n 0 n 4 4~ 3 4 S . M . TAstE 1 Summary of some indoor air pollutants, their sources and potential effects on health Pollu" Potential effect on health Asbestos Building materials Cancer Carbon Gas appliances Hypoxia : monoxide Tobaooo smoke " Formaldehyde Building materials Irritation to eyes and respiratory tract Nitro=ea Gas appliances Respiratory illness Oil fires TnA.ren iUtlolCe -V
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I hF. ( a v u 00 fi 0 -1 :-b l ws~tilcs~~~ ssroaitii.oj caoRqn~i. PIio,%% ;:;~<<<~~ :~~1:T a~oq~ ~u!=.i co~ estt.d C?56 7nn'~~ 0r3Td•.:Z JS) OiZ; bffS SSZOS ~J, t
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, 502S5 5324 ! I Agrie. Biof. Chem., 43 (8), 1769- 1770, 1979 1 -` tt- - ~7 II Re-79 , .S.P. [ S i I i Pyrolytic Yields of 2-Amino-9H- pyrido[2,3-b]indole and 3-Amino- 1-methyl-5H-pyrido[4,3-b]indole as Mdtagens from Proteins Daisuke YosEIIDA, Hiroshi NtsIIICATA and Takashi MATSUmoro Central Research Inslitvte, Tlre4n Tobacco and Salt Public Corporation. 6-2 Untegaoha, Midorf-ku, Yokohama, Kanagawa 227 Received February 7, 1979 /We previously dentonstrated that the pyrolyzates of ~atntno acids and J~roteins exhibited m4tagenic activity toward Salmonella typhinutritart TA 93 (TA 93).1•t) As the mutagenic principles in the pyrolyzate of trypto- phan, two amino-r-carboline compounds, 3-amino-1, 4- dimethyl-SH-pyrido(4, 3-b]indole (I) and 3-amino-l- o3-0 0 0 0 0 9 J 3 1 were identified by us. Since II and ][[ were dominant products in each pair of aminocarboline isomers, the content of them in the pyrolyzatc of several kinds of proteins and proteinous materials and the role of try- ptophan in starting materials on the formation of pyrolytic products were investigated. Proteins (10 g) were heated in a quartz glass Ra<.k at 550'C under the nitrogen flow at 20 ml'min for 5 nin and the fume generated was collected in a cold trap. The basic fraction of the tar was subjected to the matography on a Sephadex LH-20 column and :he eluates corresponding to 11 and III were further se- parated by thin layer chromatography as prcvie,:sly reported') and the contents of t[ and IlI %kere de-er- mined fluorospectrometrically. Tryptophan v.as determined by the Penke's method.°> The mutaFevc activity of the pyrolyzates was tested according to !he procedure reported by Ames et al.'. '> The yields of II and Ilt on pyrolysis of zein, 'u*:n, i globulin, casein, albumin, chicken meat and k. ~se i mackerel as well as the content of tryptophan in i` :-ce materials were determined and the results are sho•.%n in I 'fable I. 11 and III were clearly detected in the p>- ;z- ates of proteins and proteinous materials except zein, l
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50255 5355 BEHAVIORAL SCIENCE/PSYCHOLOGY/ I MeA2-81 LITERATURE -SEARCH, k'~,F S,P. File: Psychological Abstracts (1971--January, 1981) SCHEDULE - INDUCED AGRESSIOV(RJR-81-2) Search strategy A. reinforcement schedules/DE schedule adj induce$ B. Agressi$ search made by North Carolina Science & Technology Res. Center, Research Triangel Park, N. C. (Mary Jane Pugh, March 31, 1981) on 0 0 3 3 6 2 s
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. ..-.,... .., . . .:..... , . ---..___.___ '.- . BIB!_IOGRAFiHIC DATA 1. K. P,Nt SO?'~S ~l S~~ ~ ~"i~ ~ 3 0. .~ r :~~_ AP-I 12b rn ~ 1 / u c • lat : ~ ~ ~ ~ ~,August1973 YnIn/door-Outdoor Air Poilution Relationships:. Volume llf An Annotated Bibliography : 7. Author(s) John J. Henderson, Ferris B. Benson, D. E. Caidwell 8. 1'erforming (4g,rni.••Itiun KV14. No. 9. Performing Organization Name and Address 110. 1'tujcct/'f rsk/Wbrk Unit No. JENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY Office of Research and Development - NERC Research Triangle Park, North Carolina 27711 11. Contract/Grant No. The following abstracts constitute an annotated bibliography of all publications contair ing-information related to indoor-outdoor air pollution relationships that could be located by the authors. The annotations describe the scope of the studies and briefly su marize major results which are related to indoor-outdoor pollution. In addition, a:.rief description of the experimental procedures employed is normally included. The publications included are arraiiged alphabetically by author and numbered sequentially. Following the bibliography, the publications are indexed by subject, geographical location, author, and title. Most of the publications included in this bibliography have been reviewed in a report that was prepared as a companion document to this report An abstract of this literature review is given as Reference 26. 0 3 a on-0 o9 3s 17. Key qfords and 1)ocumcnt Analy.is. 170. l)cscriptors a
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---•-------,.. - - _..~ • _------_.------- -- ----- ---•~-------- __ SMOKING HABITS-WOMEN/ CIGARETTES-LESS HAZARDOUS/ TOBACCO--SMORING--CARBON MONOXIDE CONTENT OF BLOOD/ CIGARETTES-NICOTINE LOW/CIGARETTES--TAR LOW 78 X Ja .w A r? ('T asc ATn 4:,MDL7T FT 7Q Y Ts _!•
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.nt.,I'. Prydiat. (i977), 130, 148-50 50255 5353 7e, .7IiP - 7.7 Usefulness of Saliva Lithium Estimation 16( . ' B, ABRAHAM VERGHCSE N INDRANI+/K KURUVILLA and PETER, G HILL , y ,. . . •'' Summary. Estimation of lithium in 24 samples of serum and saliva show that there is a very high correlation between the lithium levels in serum and saliva (r=-}-o-88). The ratio found in our patients is very similar to that reported ` ' from North America. Estimation of lithium in saliva at different periods of time show there is a good dcgrce of stability for saliva lithium levels. Thus saliva can be used as a substitute for serum for lithium monitoring. The practical advantages of this are discussed. INTRODUCTION The use of lithium carbonate in the treatment of the manic phase of bipolar affective disorders and in the prophylaxis of recurrent depressions is well established (Angst and Weis, 1970; Baastrup, 1964; 1970; Mendels ct al, 1972; Gershon, 1968; Coppen ct at, 1971; Hullin os n.onoo.9 3 •b'o we have found in our laboratory that valid results can be obtained for serum lithium after the sample has remained at room temperature for five or six days. Laboratories which have the facilities for measuring serum lithium can there- fore receive samples by post from psychiatirc units in areas where lithium analysis is not yet . •
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RA 576 Ho 1978 EPA-600/7-78-229a AIR--POLLUTION--ANALYSIS/ I 4. TITLE AND SUOTITLE /" INQCX9R -AtR 3!C3LLUTTON iK'1'l-IMtESIDEM'IAL FNYIRONMENT Volume I - Data Collection, Analysis,. and Interprctation v&-(.7y 7. AUTHOR(S) Dcmctrios J. Mo;chandreas, Ph. D.; John W. C. Stark, M. S.; James E. 1vkFadden, B. A.; Sallie S. Morse, B. S. 9. PERFORMING ORGANIZATION NAME AND ADDRESS GEOMET, Incorporated ls Flrstficld Road Gaithcrsburg, Maryland 20760 50255 5341 5. REPORT DATE l)ecember 1978 `fi. PERFORMING ORGAN17ATrOI III. PERFORMING ORGAN IZATIOr GEOMET Report No. EF-688 10. PROGRAM ELEMENT NO. 11. CONTRACT/GRANT NO. 'I EPA Contract No. 68-02-22PI 12. SPONSORING AGENCY NAMt: AND ADDRESS 13. TYPE OF REPOftT ANO PERii U.S. Environmental Protection Agency U.S. Department of Housing and FINAL Environmental Research Center Urban Development 14. SPONSORING AGENCY COO and Office of Policy ' I i)evclourncnt Research ~ A 24-mouth study was ttndcrtaken to characterize the indoor residential air quality. Seventeen residcnt: were ntonitored, each for a 14-day period. Air samples were collected from four locations: one outdoor si thc building; and three indoor sitcs, the kitchen, bcilroor,t, and living room. "Continuous" samplino.vas c CO, SO~" 1\'O, NO2, C02, 03, C144, and T13C. TSP, 1tSP, SO4, NO3, Pb, ainmonia, and aldchydes wer Giterrnittently. Aerosol sampics were collected for elemental analysis by the Prolon lnduced X-ray I:ntissi nj,auc.(~ Inauc.(~In ©ditkji, Ota 4Q en4Fyq';trarqetc& Infiltration rates, and family activitics were obtained bv. fielrl ovnrrin.....t. ,...t .t-M. . _ _--- - -... _
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:9 P 50255 5351 U11.r,iann, 'r~ritz, 18fi5- Encykiop3clie Cer te:.•`inisc'.ien G'q,:r:i. voa " ~+ o__ ~. , a;nchan, Urban aad c1I?;c rz~~~Gr;, 951--, 9 '1erf„~r_nstecZnik - _ J.. yA- 3 5 Ii -W
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.+.c.. _ ........ .. ~....+~+'Aw. ~ _ .... . . . . . . . . . . f~5}~7G-79 (.l>7a' 5 0 25 s s3s'f -~ Jf~~ , . 7.3 JY VRe,-7S s,IP . Induced Pol ploidy on Salvia Sclarea L. R. TZVETKOV Institute for Roses, Aromatic and Medicinal Plants, Kazanlik, Bulgaria In the realm of experimental polyplody latter was assessed on the basis of indirect charac- present studies' with the different systematic ters, as shown by Lantcv (5) and Gostev (4). We plant r?rollDs dISc1o5e the n-or:?mnunt o-1nlntinnol ... •_ •.-'- - .. I -•-- . • • . •- - U;s o o n a 0 9.3 6 4
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71, -7 /C~R~a~' ~"11'TM"`10' . .MITROGEhLOX1D S ~ . .. - - _t.. RA 576 Wo 1979 Proceedings of tyE First International Indoor Climate Symposium in openhagen August 30 - September 1 1978, sponsored by The*_orld ealth Oa,~»a~a ~~ The Danish Building Research lnstitu e, nd by the n oor Mr ate omm uee of theanish Academy of Technical Sciences ~~ `-"- 50255 5344 Effects on human comfort, performance, and health in residential, commercial, and light-industry buildings Edited by P.O. Fanger and O.Valirn ~ ,`~ DANISH BUILDING RESEARCH 1NSTITUTE•COPENHAGEN 1979 0 30 0 11 0 4) 3 5 1 Y
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I -YA" m ~~J~ ~.,,.~~'!~'~""' 78 XI Ad1-79 S.P. AP V sozss 5352 Jour. Marketing Research . Models f or Responses of Customers With a Varying Rate This study is a generalization of the mathematical model described in "Models for Responses of Custo- mers With a Constant Rate" [6J. in this article, a new product's advzrtising campaign will be analyzed by the Weibull distribution, which has been widely used in reliability en-incerino to analyze data on equipment or physical system failure [1, 2, 71. It has also been used in aii;ilysis of distribution of human error, as in typing or bookkeeping [?] and social phenomena [5, 81. Let F(t) be the cumulative probability up to time I that a giscn ODpc~tic~ wirer}tt:ml~;r a,Vran~. I~thig,, eontext, thc mo I~,.~ clcI nt~C4{ i~# te4#ns f m~1 popul.mty, aIthuu .h it can be applicd to other re- lium th d•ty that is known in reliability engineering as the instantaneous failure rate or intensity function. In the case of brand popularity, X(t) is the instantaneous inenroricing rate, which plays an important role in this study. From (1) The amount and kind of advertising change during a campaign and the com- posite Weibull distribution ore useful for clarifying advertising effects at any given moment. A number of examples are shown from data obtained from a series of telephone surveys during two sales campaigns for chocolate. and (2), (3) 8(1) 78-84(Feb. 1971) l.(t) = 1vn(t - L)'^-1. The fundamental equation in the preceding paper is a special case where in = I and X(t) is a constant X. Q DATA The examples here are advertising campai;tns of . two new brands of chocolate. A and Ll, both Gc~m th c '
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Agri. Res. J. Kcrala, 1974: 12. ;.-')) 113-116 ~ 76 II Re1-76 . S.P, VARIETAL REACTIONS OF G[\GER (Zingtber o(fklncle R.) TOWARDS SOFT ROT CAUSED BY Ppthlum ophanidermotum tgDSOtiI FETZ C. BALAGOPAL, S. BHAVANI DEVI, G. rNDRASENANf and K. I. WIISON- IHortieultueal Research Station, Ambalavayal Rhizome rot or soft rot of ginger is known to occur in almost all the areas where this crop is grown and cften heavy lossess occur in different localities. A number of sp:cies of Pythium, viz, Pythium aphanidermatztm, P. myriotyliun, P gracile and P. butleri have been reported t,) be isolated from rotting tis: ues. But the parasitism of only P. aphanidermatum, P. myriotylum have so far been tested and proved: Chemical control of this seed borne/soil borne disease has very often failed in the field. Studies were therefore undertaken at the Horticultural Re- search Station, Ambalavayat to screen resistant, moderately resistant, moderately sus- ceptible and susceptible varieties of ginger against soft rot. 0 %3O Ono* a ?;s Nlgterl and hlethods s,,}„
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U. S. ENVIikONMENTAI PROTECTION A6ENCY/ 50255 5309 NAT I ONAL AMBIENT AIR QUALITY STANDARDS ~NA~S )/ AIR--POLLUTION--STANDARDS (Air Quality ta ards)/000RS/VENTILATION/ TOBACCO--SNOKIN6--PUBLIC/FORMALDENYDE/AIR--POLlUTION--HEALTH EFFECT/ RADON/ASBESTOS/NITROGEN OXIDES/CARBON MONOXIDE/ RA 576 Na 1981 . .-.,. . .. ~ Comnhoee on Wmdoor rolk+Mts . Board on TexkoloV and Em-iranmental Hsahh Hsrrik 1 ~'•~.4: .• Amembflr Of lJfs SchnOes NbdOami Rewarch CouetN tUT10NAL /ICIIDEMlf /'RESS V 0 3 o 0 n 0 0 9 3 5 6 •
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50255 5361 ~ J. ENVIRON. SCI. HEALTH, B15(6), 723-754 (1980)_ DmUCTIOq OT BZPA?IC D~Ua }fLT41M,IZIIIa. VII Re6-81 Iu M~rwts sV Pag~tlcmts: A uvI~E~+~~ S.P. Xey words: ~yse induction; drug metabolizing enzymes; ~tochronie P-450; pesticides tt ~ 1 Ernest Hodgson, Arun P. iCulkarni, ' David L. Fabacher and Karen M. Robacker Toxicology Program, Department of Entomology North Carolina State University Raleigh, North Carolina 27650 The induction of drug metabolizing enzymes in rAmmals is MWqmarized including both enzymes of the cytochrome P-450-dependent vicrososlal mixed function oxidase systes and glutathione a-transferases. Particular emphasis is placed on the role of pegticides as inducers, the early work being suuearized vhile investigations carried out at North Carolina State University are considered in greater detail. Finally, the possible significance of induction is considered. :~..~..'s.--.,.'Ir+k_1"I .. ~~.• ~ ~ . . ~ ~l r
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50255 5359 -.,...:......,...,.._ __...,•. - i TP 3b3 C 0 Cable, J Wesley. h:ductic~n an1 ciieiec'tiic heatinb. Nc.t • Yorn, Ru-i,tii 1954. ;i76 p, ilha. 24 crt, 1. Elec:trtc beating. z. Title. i*. Title: Dielectrtc h2at'::!T. Tli4fi01.C3 ( A 621.396 54-i 34) : Ltbrar: of Congress "-•~ ?01 0 n 0 0 ) S 6 6 f + +
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Nitach, Colette IN ` '? 'N ~ :vL. '`:;,3 '..t~ ',';'?t c?r n, ~~ ili ..:.v.~... ...:..t.~ 1 i.:Y~~.. A . l:.L PitODJCtZt7a 0F I'~PiZOD'JCTME BUDS, b} ,7. P. httsch. e.^r; 4 Plaata (Per1in) iL. (::c. 4) 371-84 (1°:;7) ~ n~00 ~0 0 4 ;56 7 4~f nevrv~ tf` ~ r I
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2?? X?C MeF-C-2fl-73 INDIA.y FARMIaG 22(4) 44-45 (1972) 1711-01,T)t ,11i*'~'AM S~. F ~.J.L..,.. ~ ~..J 03o0no0 ) 3:, FISHING INDUSTRY/ 1 . . VH. A. KHAN Central Inland Fisheries Research institute Barrackpore Tite Kci, :;r.nlics ltsludincus, singiti, lrlcro,brrcul<er fo.rtilis and maaur, Claria.r with murrcls (Ctiacna spp.). form an important gs'oup of cconomic fishcs, which, bcsidcs 1;r.;ataing ti;rl ,u.,'.1 are also ablc: to brcatae au-,osp!:r.:ic air d:;:ct;; oy mcan: cf cstra-br::•tchial org-:a. '1'!lal+;h •i;,~•; krit-r well in swamps and WCCdy n13rSi1Ci, thcy can a!:•-~ stld sliPlnly brlck;ah w3rcr3. Tlicse iishv arc rn:., a1Wi. (1:cncC t-hC CO1IC^.tl','C n?::C 'It.-^. '"h' '! 4W J ....,...~.-~-.
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,d EmLtEronmen1. 0-MAn ~~.'.~ c*re ~x P P so • rsf IIteA- s !j :l.. Indoor: Air a~ity~ Measureinent~ ~ ~ .-~-. e' 1. t, !:.. .. .r... . in Energy Efficient BLildings~ +. Z ~ - - ,-~.~ , :'-``~ r1 )' 1n r~ 11 1',, ~» n c T7 R, r+~ VI H,I'6 L• i aVYYV WVYY) JN"~.L'VJ I• I N• I.; -, and, GregoY.v W. ?ra.v~aor ~~~ ~ B 7s E v . ~ ~ ..~ • ~nt .~.- i ~ • . ~~ h M,~ ,ct ,,4„ • 5c . ~~ . ' • % P d h rctente at t e 71ftAir 1 ollutit Contrl .,oto `~ ``-'•~ ' ~. . April 1978t Arrocratln 1ti 7 -~,-,,,,..ovleeng, Houston,c•xat,, ;. ~ . ~ ~5 ~.June 25-29, 1978, . ~ e %-SerkeleY Laboratory University of Caiifornia./Cerlcele Y Prepared for the U.S. Department of Energy under Contract No. W-T4-05-ENG-48 The Energy Efficient Buildings Proorar.t o` the lati:rence Berkeley Laboratory (i6L) has desianed and fabricated a mobile laboratory for research and develoai-ent studies of ventilation requir;ments and enercy utilization -- ~'~~::- f NrilAinnt inrnrnnratinn Annrnv offirinnt rlntinnc lnAnnr bulldings before and after eneray conservation retrofits and in new in residential and commer ial_bui]di,r~es. Tne Energy ::ficient Buildinos .~ ' O(E~) l'bbiQ~ i$~o~to~ i~us>dd to sUdies of indoor air quality in -
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0 t. *1 50255 S36! 454 Pa 1980 . ~. _... . as . ~ i i INDUCTIVELY COUPLED PLASMA(ICP)SPECTROSCd~Y/ SPECTROSCOPY/.ATOMIC SPECTRA/ " An Atlas of Spectral Interferences in /ICPvSpectr®5c®py ! PLENUM PRESS M. L. Parsons Alan Forster a.. Donn Anderson • NEW YORK AND LONDON i ~ ~ , ) 11',W(
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-• -.~...y.., 50255 5363 - ~:...1 ~,. 77 `fII Re NICOTINE--ENZYMF. It7HLBITt3R/ RJR CLASS N0. P?1:iPHLET 77 XII Re Rvcve, H. C. ; tfessner,, L. ; Decker, K. (Univ. Freiburg, R3,6chen. Inst., Ger.) INDUCTION OF D-6iKYWM1E,*IIC0'£I1W` .0XII0SW.Iak : RF.STING GEi,hS OF , .. ' , AZTHP.09:1C FF R OXIDANS. ~ Arch. 1•licroblol. 111, 111-15 (1976) ~ Abstract. Resting cell suspensions of Arrhrohucter ~ oxi:'Jns wcre shown to synthesize the inducible cn- ~ antiozyme, o-6-hydroxynicotine oxidase, in the pres- t encc oF o-nicotine or D-6-hydroxynicotine. The cor- responding responding t.-enantiomcrs, as well as -I-methylamino- ~ propyl-(6-OH-pyridyt-3)-kctone, which is the prod- uct of the reaction catalyzed by the enzyme, were ~ ineflcctive as inducers. t.-6-Hydroxynicotine inhi- bited induction by o_ nicotine and_o-6-hydrom nicotine (in English) while t.-nicotine inhibited induction by o-6-hyJroxy- nicotine and had no effect on induction by o-nicotinee i Enzyme induction was also found to be inhibited by f Elucose, 2-dcoxy-u-glucose and by several intcrme- i diates of the tricarboxylic acid cycle.-,An absolute requirement for protein synthesis and for oxygcn was ' ~ also demonstrated to be necessary for the reactions involved in the covalent attachment of flavin adcnine dinuclcotidc to pre-cristing prccunor protein to yicld + the catalytically active o-6-hydroxynicotine oxidase,. 4 no4 ySlc~ a
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5025S 5347 TX Re2-78 S.P.. Jour. Air Poll. f:onti:el Annoc. 21(1971)251-25Q R 'TW4A"!f'TOiqi~~ John E. Yocom, William L Clink and William A. Cote The Travelers Research Corporation I 11be purposo of thia study was to gmther sir quality data for four pollutants inside and otll0rot three pairs of structures for different acasons of the year. Tbb paper prtwents resulta obtained during the sum- mer, fall, and aintcr seasons of 141GJ-i0. Suspendod particulate, soiling particulatc, carbon monoxidc, atxd sulfur dioxide were nbwsurcd at pairs of public bulWingR, office buiWings, and private lK•mes. A brief prelinainary program was conducted during the uinter of 1909 to verify our procedures aM equipmcnt and to wcp the eRecls of heating and cooking ayatcros in private l 0 3 Q OnL o~ nir,oll~nL1 ~^04 ......•+...- - self-contained and portable instrument packapes .~+ere constructed for the measurement program. The mnjor components of cach twilcr rmVknbe_wt--' toaa- trnl vacuum pump for drawing air sarnpks through particulate collection Glters, f(jur paper-tape sniling satnplcrN, a cnnrhuctimrlric riwtih•:«r fo.r rudfur d'w.xid.-., an infr.uryl nualyscr fw .wrlMws uMdN,xMln, a mmlr.r contr„1 unit, arwl ejurIw,riilar, alMrjMtuh tu aake the trailer self-containnl. IF:tch pair of b;aklinp was sampled d-imultauwcot:ly for a two-wcck period. Four rmpling hointa were snk,ctrd at each atruetune, two out+jido :uui two inside. Suqw•nded particulate sam- plcs were collccterl for 12-hr day and night pcriods. soilinS particu6tc s:.mp!cs for 2-hr lwriaix, and raerrus
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50255 5375 Q 14 7 IJa 1974 Ref.-960 COMMODITY PRIEES A Source Book and "Index Providing References to Wholesale and Retail Quotations for More Than 5,000 Agricultural, C ommercial, Industtiaf,- ~+ s„ and Consumer Products '~ Compiled by Paul Wasserman Diane Kemmerfing Gale Research Company • Book Tower - lletroit, Michigan 48226 . l?q y 03 n n n o 0 1 3 3 2
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DISSERTATIONS--IOWA STATF, iP.VIVF.RSITY/CHEMISTRY, ANALYTIC--TRACE ELF`r?TT' 4ILS--ANALYSIS/ EMISSION.SVECTROSr0?yf.._ RD 139 Pe 1977 77-29,862 PETERSON, Charlie Albert. 1947 / ~ INDUCTIYELY COUPLED PLAStM-YYfOMIC E?IISSION SPECTROt4ETRY: TRACE ELEMENTS 1N OIL MATRICES. r' Iowa State University, Ph.D., 1977 Chemistry, analytical Xerox University fAicrofifms, AnnAiboa.Mich-Qan48106 0 3 0 o n o o4 3 7 s ~- ,~.sr._ . i
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I , / i . ' QM~t~ioo!~iioil~ioal~+a+iM~l1~3~Ogtaph~ p0!1~4 - - ~ S.P. _ EAr102S _ iinaasCh Project t309 _. _ _ . ... _ ......~ -- ' Yftft P.apwt. M&rdh 1979 wepr.o &I GeoLCt arooRPoa•TEo 1S Firstield RosO tieWwstxrp. Mwry1Wd 2V60 SaoS ~ OMnebioa J. t~Aosdw~~} 0 3 0 0 n 0 0 9 3 5-5 - - ...._......._-- .. 50255 5348 Fbaw pawwd b,%* k Z, 3h? Huhoew &wwe PMo AN0. CaMorrria 94304 EM P/OJld miI1qlfftnw"`' R%bN AL PoAiC 6wpy JAJM~ws an0 Emm"wit Oowon ' . t ;
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Q 141 Di 1972 ARCHER y Compiled and Published V by the ALABAMA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 50255 5378 A DIRECTORY OF MANUFACTtJRERS-- (CODED TO INDICATE THOSE ENGAGED IN IMPORTING AND EXPORTING) .r Industrial Division Y • 4Gci:.). FCrt y z>ueet MONTGO^r1UY, ALABAMA 0 n G 0 1") 3 a S RoordU from K.RUFACTUEERS' hE1'1S, It" C. 3 £. HURON ST. CHICAGO, ILL. 60511 Phone: (312) 337-1C84 l
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72 III R -72 50255 5364 SOVIET PHYSICS -~ TECHNICAL PHYSICS VOL. 16, NO. 9 I-MDUC-MrNM"Iti1tTR OJ)MR'M E'A S U R I ING SPAEE EHA ROI-''OrA`~`P'a'3~C~LS."~. V. A. Gusev, V. V. Rumyantsev, and V. 1. Turubarov Leningrad Institute of Aircraft Instr. ument :4tanufacture Translated from Zhernal Tekhnicheskoi Fiziki, Vol. 41, No. 9, pp. 1858-1862, September, 1971 Original article submitted January 12, 1970 U 3 t1 Q ti t1 04 3 7 1 MARCH, 1972 w ,p-R,l-w-
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VI Re9-79 S.P. [Cann, 69, ft5`i-.,a56; Dcccmbcr, 1978] 50255 S365 , ~ 4A~•'** ~biginning of the experiment. A complete ~ ;1N;1>".C1'11ON OF N•I3IS4~ autopsy including careful macroscopic cxami- ~~~~~~~ nation was performed. The main organs Yoichi KoNtstrr,#2 Tomikazu IKEDA,*2 Akiko KAwa>3nTn,*' Hitoshi YosrnNrurta,*' and Riichiro Mtxnrrt*' Depar[menl of Oncological Pafl,ology*= and Second Department of hdunal Afedicine,#3 Nara Medical Uninerjily and lungs wcrc fixed in 10% phosphate- buffered Formalin (pH 7.4), cmbcdded in paraffin, sectioned, and staincd with Hcrna- toxylin and Eosin. The initial number of rats was 12 in group I and 14 each in Groups 2 and 3, and thc number sacrificed after 52 weeks and examin- ed histologically was 12, 11, and 12, respec- tively. Lung adenomas and adenocarcinomas Since the original studies on nitrosamines were induced in rats in Groups 2 and 3. The by Magee and I3arns;' several members of incidence of adenomas was 100% in Groups this class of chemicals have been shown to 2 and 3, and that of adenocarcinomas was inducc lung carcinomas by administration 9 of 11 rats (82%) in Group 2 and 9 of 12 (73 to hamsters, rabbits, mice, and rats.s•a' %) in Group 3. Macroscopically, multiple, However, induction of rat lung carcinomas glossy white andfor whitish yellow nodules by a single, systemic injection of the car- were observed. They were hard in consistency 0 3 cge~has~ot J,Iccnepo~ed,~n ljis~m- and the largest one measured 0.8 cm in sn u on,f~,c ~cri th infiiictio~n o tng diameter. Histologically, adenomas and earcinoma by a sin le i injection of N- adenocarcinom _ ~~,
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, CARTER, JltttY/iT. S. GCVRR'•MENT PUP,LICATIONS/ 50255 5371 UNTIL AFTER THE BRIEFING WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1979 Office of the White House Press Secretary EMBARGOED FOR~ RELEASE October 31, •1979 ------------------------------------------T= -------------------- 79 I Ca 7HE WHITE HOU.~F . FACT SHEET ' THE PRESIDENT'S VATION INITIATIVES ViNDUSTRIA~i~ NNO r-. 8A:!:GROUt.D The President initiated a"Domestic Policy Review" in April1978 to ideritify appropriate government actions in connection v.:th innovation. The President asked the Secretary cf Commerce to lead the Review. The charge given the Commerce Department :as: "What actions should the Federal government take to encourage industrial innovation?" During the course of the , Review rr:embers of the Administration consulted with hundreds of groups and individuals from industry, labor, academia, . ir.d pu"?ic interest organizations. Suggestions embodied in ta!,i force reports were rendered by 150 of these people. 0 ~ ~ O jrecFmn3nda;iqAs have been reviewed and analyzed by the L •7 !es Pnjf n(ss~iice, recommendations ultimately selected ty the Presldent a- designed eithem to develop a missing reH.9 0(' j„nflu,encP dccisionmakers in the direction of innov.itfr•
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e:,Vi~ ~t . ,i.c..t '.Awr~ tr L Ef o 0 u U u£(~ .i_a.. .,._....._ . ......_ ...,.~-4. -.~._ __ ~~..~ :L..~ ~___. l99tii1 fiy"m 0 vQg) NC VOFUT.^i 9pt"Oxos I II3jIj-li.;Gj gliij~, PCitj Sy SBGSZiN I's:IM SI71Ix4if1S SII":'ILZvS IdX IaOi :`•,Lti ~ 4 uti14 ?7 ct-St* 13 ur0 ?=~~~ i
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50255 5377 AIR--POLLUTION--COyTROL EQl1IPMLNTt \ OUST/FILTEP,S& FILTR..'17" , ELECTRO-PRECIPITATION/ Ind-~.~~.strial Rn STh .~i.ft"~ .~. ~J~~ ~ ~.lL ~~Y~'~ 1976 <3ax-,_=~ • Control- ' EJL ~~ ui~~me~:t .Y. ~ CRC PRESS. Inc. for 18901 CranMVod ParRWay • Cicvctand, Ohio 44128 l/ JL /~ ~ - _ a.lL@~• ~c~,~•1Latesf Authors: Louis Theodore Anthony J. Buonicore Professor Project Manager Chemical Engincering Dep3rtment Eutoleter, Inc. Manhattan College New Ifaven,Connectieut Bronx, New York 0 30 4 n 0a 4 38 4, C
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50255 5384 ..~ ~ ....~....~_w - ~ .~ ~.~..,~,..~,...,. i H ! 45'' _..~...~....: Iiall. 3a n:es Doyle. Industrial applications of infrared. tst ed. New York, Jx~:Grr.w Hil: Book Co.,1S47. z, 2ot p. illus. ^_3 cm. Bibliography: p. 1J3-19ft. I 1. Infra-red rays-Industrial applicatione. 2. Drying appirrata& QC•157.H3 535.6 4.7-1::':i6~• Librar-y of Congress '~ [,iic=51 O J ll ~ '1 IJ V l ~J = ~
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5025S 5386 2?~fi~fJr~TliZ ti; `AT~-h1Ce1TTON5 6F 1'FtE CRGAtF:.li•,iw,7:ALLIC . ,,. ~~~:POur~i:5 aifi t-.r~~.i,d, .~~oh ~t )<Ic~.:~; . , Industrial applications of the organometailic compoar:ds, a literature sur czy. New Y ork, Reinhold Pub. Corp., 1 t~c3. 451 p. w M. lliclul:C9 T)(bl1og: Gh}ly. 1. Orguno:uetallte compounda 2. Ct;amtstry, Tecbn:cal. r. T:c1~-. TP-11;.cr:3s eci.S ; . Library of C;or.ores o 3 n An n 44 3 9 3 G3-~:'!5 : -40 - . _. __.___._... ~_ ___. -. . _ _ . . ... . T;-r,IM WOW%; . ~- :
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Smoking tHealth Bull. (May-June, 1973) 63 50255 5360 7 3 11I Re 3 IliVbVZ'R'i'AL V"d'.'tTlt ' G'lKS~Iri6 ~ S.P. ?M16. 11'alton, M. Industrial Ammonia Gascing.llritish Jc.awd of Indurtrial Alcdicine 30(1): 78-86, January 197). Sesen eases of industrial accidents involving ammonia gass* and subicquent studies to detect permanent lung damaye in thC six surviving workers are reported. All the ser.isoes attributed continuing symptoms to the gassing. . . . 0 3 0 Q ~ 0 ~ ]lovrever, all the men smoked 15 to 20 cicarettcs a day up to the time of the accident, and only one gave up smoking after the accident. Of the more serious cases, one had stopped smoking and taken up physical training, which improved his lung function to above average. Two of the more severely affected workers who continued to smoke had the lung function abnormalities expected from their smoking. The other two seriously exposed workers, who also continued to sntoke, experienced a persistent reduc- tion in ventilation and gas transfer that seemed to be due to the ammonia gassing. In the presence of lung damage due to smoking it is difficult to determine whether acute exposure to ammonia causes permanent lung damage. , r • . ..,,. ' .,. -~..- ..-: -~_.._....~~.,_..+....._..._ --
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Q 141 Di 1975 Archer 50255 5379 A2T~'~~~~~~~~~~~~ ADIREE:'I'OR1' OFAIANUFACI'UERS (COI)I:U T~LYU(CA'1'ETIIOSE F:NGAG1:1) IN IJII'OIiTI\G AND EXI'OIiT1NG) 1975 EDITION prepnred L,v ALAliA1fA CIL1\IRFai OF COMM (ndu.lrhd hi0sion I'.O.Ifos 76 11(onlgomcr), Aliihnnin 36101 c 0 3 0 a n o 4 ') 3. 9 6.
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. 50255 5370 /~ NICOTINE--DEGRADATION/ ~ . •~•.~-,.•.P. s~ ~-P~ ~ oC~ ~ f ~ f 78 XII De1 (AuN dt•in Riut•l,t•,uirclum Jti~lilut ~Iw Dl~+ilir.jt~i,+clu,t :I~ukull~i6 drr Unive,miLiil• 1''rril+tn•g i. lir.) A I -1 ^ INDUCTION_AND MECHANISM OF STEREOSPECIFIC ENZYMES OF BACTERIAL NICOTINE CATABOLISM. !Jliidukt.itlu mld AtechailislJtcJri t;(rrc~JkpeiiCiac•her Enipuc+ dos bukt.eriiHletl Nicutillubbzut~ ; Yon li. Uuckcr, M. Clu~cr uttcl V. ll. i)ui l)uW 13utlt•nlutklCriicnt Arllirulc,u•tut• t,xitlcttix ixt. uuf t.-, u,t.- tlncl u-Nircclin nclnl,lic•tl,;tr tincd buult dieHU ]iur;cu til,t•r t•- Ivr•%t•. »•(1-llytlruxyitic•utin uncl ((1•Il~tlrux~l~~ricl~I ;1 ) y N nicth~I utliittoj,rul,yl-kctutt („Kt•tutt") zu blituc•n Pctrbat,uffen clt+r Oiiti,tclil,lic nc~c I~iuoiilatt,~c uncl y-\ 111~•l.ltyl tuttitwl,utltr,iiurn nl, [l, °). ]u (!t•gc•,ttt•tu•t der lictbc•tt ttonlc it clct~.ifixclicc ];u•r.)n,c ituluziert•: Nicotitt-Uxicluxc, Yl.- 1cmt•. ~u li-Il~tltu~•yttiruiin Oxiclnac: tuul „Kcluit"-UxiclciW 1;1)_ W S34A lu4k tlWu•i4J'ruC(,itte.7xt. iturd1 t,•(Itlurut,tlchtntirol uclc+r Aci.itu,myt~itt C lit•rtl mlutr unt rrwt•ia6 t+ich tlumi4 aln eint, tn•1tNS-ttLltiitt6igt, llu ttuvo-Syiit,hcsu die:u-r l:itzymc [-Il.
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• 50255 S37)t WATER--POLLUTION/WASTE TREATMENT/ r TD v tr: ~ + ort to `' ' on~.r ti ess 897 ~ 19 7 8 Indu.7 trIi a{I ' ~ ost- Recovery i/ VOLUME I. EXECUTIVE SUN!4ARY VOLUME II. DETAILED METHODOLOGY, FINDINGS, ALTERNATIVES, AND ' RE%"'O%MENDATI0I1S VOLUME III. EXHIBITS United Sr+tes Office o! Water Environmental Protection Proyram Operations (WH-547) December, 1978 Agency Washington, D.C. 20460 Water . Coopers & Lybrand 1800 M Street, N. W. Washington, D.C. 20036 0 3 n 4 t1 ti Q 9 3~ 1
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i ;.. C11P.`1iSTRY--CONCRESSES/CONCRESSES/C11ET,ii^TitY, ; AIR-•-ANALYSIS/WATER--ANALYSIS/METALS--ANALYSIS/SOILS--ANALYSiS/DRL'GS--A.Y~,LY•' PESTICIDES--nETERMINATION/ALKATAIDS--A`1ALYSIS/INSTRUM~:*tTS ANl) INSTRh'•tENTATU ." BPECTROSCOPY--FLUORESCEPICE/ATOMIC FLUORF:SCENCE SPECTROSCOPY/ Qn 131 Te 1972 r- . i P. c rld Le~ ~~ '-~ ~1 lz~ H°1 « Technicon International Congroc,,,s Voltrne II- 1969 Volume II- 1970 tndustrtal;, knaiysi~-;~ .. ~...~..._,._....--..,~ 03 0 0 il ~3 4 , --:~~-... ~...
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50255 538e Fr, I C'TOBT 7 ROM HI.LL Ir-,•iu,trLaX Archattecttare (LoO.dcn) $, U72-474 (Aug. lso$) 1 r
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50255 5387 /Io, ~~ I~I • lieations of I .xldus~~ ~~,~ ~~~ . ~~nolo~:ical FQ~~ecast~n~ ~ ~~~ ~ ~ I,rS UTILIZATIONIY RCD N1.1NAGT,ML'\T ,
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50255 5383 _k.---. . ~... ._ _ ~e_ . .~.... ..~....... 3 (1970) ,.. • . a,...a.. a.a.r r.~~ t»L~~~mTO~j$ Oi Laa".`1A:.:a ...:•...: Q„4 n,,.. Sn r1,., 171% (±oAQ) ~39a
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~ 50255 5373 NITROSAMINES/C}lEMICALS--CARCINOGENICITY/CHLOROFORM/AYDROCARBONS--TOXICOT.OGY/ CANCER--CAUSATION BY Cf1EMICALS/OCCIJI'ATTONAL HF•AT.TH/ENVIROA*MENTAL HEAT.TH/ ALKYT.ATING A(' .NTS/AROMA IC HYT)ROCARRO / RC :'•: ' ~ ~ • : . ' M~~ ~.QI i 267 •, Potential ndustria~ Carctnogens and utagens:•~- - PERFOfIMIN(i ORGANIZATION COO[ Fi 19777• AUTNOR(Y 8. PERFORMINO OROANIZATION REPORT NO. Lawrence Fishbein 9, jERFORMINO OI,OANIZATIoN NAME AND ADONESS ; : 10. PIIOGHAM ELEMENT NO. ~National Center for Toxicological Research :'•• Y•..: • Jefferson, Arkansas 72079 • "" • EPA-IAG-D4-0472 1?. SPONSORING AGENCY NAME AND AODRES!.•'.• • 13. TYPE OF RCPORT AND PERIOD COVERED ~ffice of Toxic Substances ::;; ' .1 aF ,.SPONSORINGTroAGrEtNCY COOE .S. Environmental Protection A9enCy Washington, DC 20460 ,:..'. , ~ . ;...;'~:. . . 'Ninety industrial chemicals, illustrative•of16 maJor classes and 19 structural sub-categories have been reviewed primarily in terms of their reported carcinogenicity and/or mutagenicity. The compounds were selected based on factors including: their reported carcinogenicity and/or mutagenicity, their chemical structures and relation- shi s 0 known carcinogens or mutagens, their volume or use characteristics, and su~estled Or 8ti&tQ'p(jenVaj~ po l~ions at risk. ~ Additionally, germane aspects ~where known) of their synthesis (prinarily in term of the nature of the possible hazardous trace impurities), use patterns', chemical and •.f/~ aata! J .~Ug• fiEs_.i~ya_
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50255 s3a2 TOBACCO--SMOKING---PASSIVE/TOIjACCO--S:iOKING--•ANTT-ST(OKI?3G CAMPAIGN/ 7b-X-Aml_-' American--Associat:ion for the Advancement of Science INDOOR AIR QUALITY . Source: Confidential Unofficial Unedited Transcript, Variously paged, 52 pp. ty typed, Shook, Hardy & Bacon, Kansas City, Missouri (Feb. 1976) Arrun.-ed by l:.akt. !t. Kt.)W (Reyett,tih Direclur, S.T.O.1'.. .llunlrrttf, (jttr.) Saturday, 21 February / Sheraton. l.ibert} C 2:00 p.m. Pres ink: K:~r.L li. 1;,A.~~t lndo-ir ~1~r Qu• it}--Cttrrent Stattts of KnuMrd„e JONX E:. YUCUSi•.O'ice Pr!4. um: f'lti,•j Tho fies. CA./!yu/ 1v,<' E,tyla,rtl, Wrlitrivfir([l, ('uttt,.) tntluence of T, t ccn Cuntbrt,tiun E'tvdtut.t t,n lndoor ?1ir Quality ilk,krt,X ttltx (f'rul: e;! Occup"t{inrul Ilrn1lb, rrud. Sch. nf 1'ublir ffvtr(l ;(:rtiu. ojf'ill..b.,rylri Indoor Air Qualityj_Ividrnre for• Hra!t}r E:tiects B>•:XJ>\IIX G. Fi:RRtS, JI:. (Prul. nj /:'.e,iratt, f/ertirit a,ul Sufety , Seh c,f Pahlie fleulth, Nnrraid C'uit,) Legal ANpects )Wonsmokers' Righti GLE:~.v A. Gut.lrtiE:kG (Ge,t. COrtN.S!1, :lr~i„n r.r .Smok- un «,, fleullh, (1'rts/ti,t~tu,t, D.C.) Discussanty• PAUL acer.o. 4•l:rsoc. Pr,tf, of Iftntta,t Deuel., St. 11anf's Coll., St. dl(u•tJ's City, .lld.), ~1r,F;ox Ct~R~, B£\lA~t{ti G. F'ERR15, .1R., (iL:.'\` A. (:r~L(rpE3G, I~AKL N. RA.aB, v.aVro J'1IIT), and JOHN E. Yor'o>/' INDOQR AjR AUAT„~TYned~orA, A~•hu~ ~SS+ler>m to be publ. by'lAcadem.~ic ~P~ress~($40. )
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'50255 5392 Lajoy, Millard g. INDUSTRIAL AUTOMATIC CONTROLS. 1954 278 p. Prentice-Hall, Inc. New Jersey 1
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_ a....~... ~ S02S5 5381 ~ , TRACE ELEMENTS--AN~LYSIS/FOOD--ANALYSIS/METALS--ANALYSIS/INDUSTRIAL ANALY'SIs BI040GICAL CHEMISTRY--ANALYSIS/AIR--POLLUTION--ANALYSIS/ 993'932'' WATER--ANALYSIS/CHEMISTRY, ANAL1(T1,CT-ATOMIC ABSORPTI SPECTROMETRY/ SOILS--ANALYSIS/ ATOMIC ABSORPTION IBLIOBRAPHY ~ ~ 117 At 1977 vOLUalB 1 " BEGINNING TO IUNB 1972 i ~ Pue,x.n.a by THE PERKIN-ELMER CORPORATION Ndiwwtx. QM+W.CTCVT o.s" / qsm 0300 0 0 0 ') 388 .
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112C _,,.. . . ..... 502SS J. Etcctrochcm. Soc.: REVIEWS AND NEWS i7Sg~ Vet. 122, No. 3 Zf'f1RG-75' 5,f• Abstract No. 408 Par(icle-Size Analysis and the Intermetat Relativuships in Industriat lerosotjEmissions R. E. Jervis, T. .11. Ito'Attts, ancY'?.'J. Paciga, InstiUite of Environmental Stuaies, and Dept. of Chemical ~ Engineering and Applied Chemistry, University of Toronto, Toronto, Ont., Canada INISS 1A4 As a result of the diversity of urban pollution sources, multiclement analysis of environmental sam- ples is of considerable importance in studying emis- sion sources and reveaiin8 interactions or correlations among metals at low concentrations. Developments in Instrumental photon activation analysis (IPAA) have exlended the number of elements measurable by ac- tivation techniques to include several of environmental interest, notably Pb and Ni. which cannot easily be measured at low concentrations by instrumental neu- tron activation analysis. A combination of these meth- ods has been used to measure a number of elements in airborne particulates at various urban sites inciuding expressways and sites in the vicinity of two secondary lead refineries in Toronto where concern has beer. ex- pressed over Pb concentrations in dustfall and soil as high as 10%. 0 3 0 a n 0 0 1) 3a 3 5376
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InVitro J, Tisaue Culture Assoc, 16(3)233 4(1980) ~ 1ZS. J~tlt.Nlnli. u/f t.~tte. l~tt+liateiten~ii. 11lr ' Yltwr,A~r l:Ue~Nr ~r r+:otrh~.a.fe aaMi. t:a/s Ae.ratlt,ktraaien01. M. LIK;KAKf).s 1'. S. Sab- harwal.'O and l/. T. Chortyk. linivU of hY •}050b and A6rit:ultural Ite:~earch Srrvice. Athem. G:\3m(I4 Cqearette :+nwke condrt>.+ate ICSta and fractions of CSC with tun>,u initi•rtinu or promotinlc activity were otr tained from the Tobacco Luboratur,v. A,,rricultural Ke- search Service. U.SUA. Athen,t. GA. Thev were tr~lecf f oe capacity to induce ai.,ter chromatid erchantte+ ISC:E1 in V79 cells withtwt activation and th ith actin ation by S- 9 rat Gver hunwgenate or irradiated feeder layers of 0 $yrian ham.+ut emLrye fdxiarla.ta. The fnllnwinR Fnm plra wen te.trd: lal nntr+r:l6matnl (:S(„ Ihl fracti.Nw from the neutral pnrtinn rJ (:i1; umttainink /Mi1?ntclrar aromatic h.drncarlson. I I'Al11 aeNl with tumow initiatinK activity and Icl fracti.m, hum tl>r wr.kly acidw: Iwyinn of CSC containin;l4wnmdic arnfrounds anrl witn tumiK promoting activit.. R'h .k l:.yl: inducnl tiCF. ..ith and without activat:,n. as did 1'AII-rnrichnl suLlract'wqM e a/ and a' S.i. w hirb am taineal on tl 11.;"n and O.o'_ ; rr .pectivelv of theowicinal CSI; but virtuady all thetunutt- initiating activity and the 1'AII Of tfie Mhnle amdtn.ate. Fract;on Ip;. the ntmt highlv Iwri(iett I'All-conwininC wbtraction. d"uln't indore withrnit rctivalwin but in- erea•n! SCE with bMh S-9 .nd Ir..kr later. lterkly acidic fractions 08. (:= uKl 14 which ha.e pntent in vivo tumnr pram xinR i 1kw inQtwd little or nn increane in SCE when t"ed sitMwt a.tivat4.n. ISwK.ired by Gmtra.t No. 1_r-147WI-1Ut.l of the Agrieultural Hre.rch 5eraer. USDA. and Contract No."2214u of the Aentuck?'fobacw Rexareh tloard.l 03~0n n 44 373__ ,.,.
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50255 5385 tiS.INAGEhiE1dT ,a:crs Annlysis f prediction of Discrete Ecor.omic Behavior sion: Piiilosophicaf Issues f1 e,nanJ: A Critical Ap- E'irns ries, and 1%ork Force •rations Research ,;lfia( Alnnagemcnt 1 ;s: Rides for Action and Q ., '.w`Y,: ). . r 0 1 ECONOhE V ofE~r~rvf~rt~- P~~~t*rrti ~ YJ. J. Fabrycky Virginia Polytechnic Institute Paul E. 1'orgersen Oklahoma Statc Universitv Frentice-tiall, Inc., Englewood Cli(,+s, N.J. 9.2 i I I
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50255 5362 NICOTINE--nF('RADATION/ ~CtCAG~w !/flyv~~Q . U_C~e.~l=.~e~ • i~•~ oal/-a ~ , 7d" X/ i004-1 7s xII ne .~ (Auy,l,•m Diucho,nisclrorr Ic,mlilrtl ,Irr Aluiti•r•iriiKCh,•,r F,ikullii6,l,•r Ur,iveryi(.ril• It-t•c•il,trt•b i. llr.) ~ i -A- ° It1DUCTION :AND MECIiANISM- OF STEREOSPECIFIC ENMtES OF BACTERIAL ~ NICOTINE CATABOLISM. f lJlndtlktielcu tllld lliecllauisillu5 titei~e.jlriii'iticllcr l:Ilzylur• deti 1/alclorielletl Nicutiualllrln:a Von K. ))ccl:cr, b1. t::luocr uncl V. 1). llui hns l3utlt•nlrnkl.et•intn Arlltrul,udur uxiclrutti ilL rurf turtl u-Nic•c,tin rtclct),lic•rl„ct• trncl, I,ut,t, t1ir.KC+ l3cteit•n til,ev I.• I,itt•. u-U•llyelt•uxynie•ul in und (U l l~ elruxl)~1 riel) I;3 ) y•I~' rut tl,) ) itlirittul,rol,yl-kmtwt („J~t•tun") zu bliturn I!'ut•balulfrit tlor l)ictiuclil,lic nuc hinunl:)ttw~c: urncl y-.1'-111tlltyl runictulnrtlc r,iiuro ul, [1, 2]. lu (4•l;c•rttt•tu•tt tlcr 13,tt;c•n wercli•n 41,c•zifircc•ltu l:uzyntc induzit+t•6: Nicutin-Oxiclusc, 1.- I,itt•. »(i•Il~dre,x~tticutirt Oxicln»c und „Kc(t,tt"-Uxiclnwc, [3).+ Q.3 l)Q 8.%GllA tlaKtvQ'ruo•ilt3imt.btn•Aj t) •('Itlurrunl,lu•trirul utlc•r Aci.itu,ntyc•in U I,c•ntntl,ur unJ crwt'IHt. Miclr clami6 ul,t t•inu m-1tNS-ul,hiingi6u tlu ttuvo•S,yrrl,ltedu dic•wr 1?tr•r•ymc [ 1 f. J
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- r...,.~.«. , 50255 5389 Tnciu::r,ri a1 arL ii.txti.ristr. ` Z 13i1L'gan, Margaret P ed. H Libraries for research and industry: hlanning and equip- ment. A project of the Science-Technolo!_y Division, Spe- cial Libraries Association. New York (1955, 53 p. Illus., plans. 29 rm. (Special Librarles Assccirtticn. 1LOCo. grtiph no. 1) "hr,se~l on a program on library planning and equipment that the CcieucL , ~Technoloby Division pres2nted at the llth annual meetir of the Special Librariea Association at Cincinnati, Ohio, May 1t;-21, 1054." Iahliography ; p. G6--55. 1. TecF.nical libraries. 2. Industrial art libraries. r. :'lr:c Librariea :lssociation. Science-Techno!o; y Gronp, u. T!Ue. ries) ZM.T3fI5 Library- of Congress 0 s t'~ 0 0 9 396 ~~ 022 ` 001 , ~.
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50255 5395- j431 .:ta '2c. - -.....6... . Manns, Atuix Sussmann. hvt.k-,tn,etLts for capacity eapansinn; ~:.iize, locuiiur., ud tilue-phasing, edited by 11an S. Manne. Cambriu,,-,^, )-1. !. T. Press t1^v87, 238 p. tlluws. :3 cm. (3tndie% In the emnomtc de.eloproent of India, 5) Bibitcgraphtcal footnotes. i 1. Indfa-Indua.--CCaae studies. 2 Ind *atrtal ;aipactty. 3. .`.tatae- tnatl,al models. t. Tltle. (Serlea) HG131.S8 vo1.5 6b8.1'52'0984 Fr"*-2457! Llbrarr of l:oaSrees `/ ' .- 151 I Tr.~.v,pn~ .. . r ; ,.
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~50255 5399 TP Faith, 1Villiam Lawrence, 1907- 200 Industrial chemicals tby1 1V. L. Fsith, Donald B. Krycs tand) Rcuzhi L. Claik. New York, Wiley j19501 ) 1 QL- g(-;ftfi' L e;., ~ xi, 652 p. diaers., maps. 24 cw. 1. Chemtcals-Dianufactu:•e and Industry. i, Title. '1 P?t,ti?.r3 i,:i,rary of C'oneress j5a;15] 5G ~~.2i j
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50255 5401 RC 267 In 1976 G~ ~ 3 WORLD HE.'1LTH ORGANIZATION INTERNATIONAL AGENCY FOR RESEARCH ON CANCER IARC MONOGRAPHS ON THE EVALUATION OF CARCINOGENIC RISK OF CHEMICALS TO MAN Y/Cadmium;.nickel, some epoxides, misccllaneous industrial + chemicals,aAd gencral considerations on volatile:anaesthetics VOLUME 11 INTERNATIONAL AGENCY FOR RESEARCH ON CANCER LYON 1976 . I .
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,50255 5391 T 19 H Dajl, (;ourtney Robert, 1594- Iiistory of American industrial science. \ew York, Library Publishers t1954i 4,53 p. illus. 23 cm. Includes bibliography. 1. U. S.-InCus.-Iiist. 2. Industrial arts-II1st. 3. TecbnoIoag- I3fat. HC103.111 i 5 338 54-5.440 1 Library of Congress 1201' 0 3 t~ 0~ i) ~ 9 3 9 4
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ooaf nfluavFo E6ES SSZOS
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yr#:;. • ~...,., ", ~. .. . • I ndustrial ~'•! ecdetrj. Riegel, E-mil Rays_aonci, 1SS2- Industrial chemistry; an elementary treati,-e for the dent nnd :;eneral reader, by Emil 1;avmond :~I;enel j.•itli tl;c support of a l,tr-ge ntttnber of collaboratnr:s. ;,tli c;.l. \c.r. York. Rcinhold, 1919. ziii, 1015 P. illus., port. 24cia. ' Includes "Reading references." 1. Cticuiisfry, Technical. 7.'P1#5.1131 1G19 . _ GG0 4!1-11J^:i' i ~ Library of ConorcSs -"' 153cs2,
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DICTIONA'.tZES--CtIE*tICAL/CHEMISTRY, AHALYTIC--COLL&YED WORK3/AIR--ANALYS15, V.1/ ItvSTRh".•iENTS AND INSTRUMENTATION, V.1,2,3/ALI:ALOIDS--DF.TERrtINATION,V.4,10,19/ ALUMINU1t,V. S/BAKER`! PRODUCTS, V.6/TOBACCO---(1IE;tISTRY,V.10/ TOBACCO--ANALYTICAL aETliODS,V. 10, 19/TOBACCO--S*`,OKE--ANALYSIS--LABORATORY METHODS,V.1.)' FLUOROCARBONS, V. 13/ ION EXCHANGE RESINS,V.15/SENSES AND SENSATION,V.17/ TASTE--TESTiNG--METHODOLOGY,V. 17/PYRIDINE A.yD DERIVATIVES, V. 17/SUGARS--ANALYSIS, v.13/ WATER--ANALYSIS,V.19/YEAST,V.19/PESTICIDES--DETER.~!INATION,V. 19/ REF ENCYCLOPEDIA OF j1iDlTS'PR!Aj4jM_ ErQ~'~ ADI/~LYSIS. Vols. 1-20(includina index) 17 Edited by Foster Oe~`~ne11 and Clifford't_.11ilton 9 $° 1966-1974 Interscience Publishers New York A division of John Wiley & Sons, Inc. n~ ~ 4 n tl o ) q Q_4 :. - . y.. . -.. ~:.- . . . i 11
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50255 saoo RC 267 In 1974 /BENZENE/ DIAZO COMU?VDS/ POLYCHLORINATED nIPHENYLS/ /VINYL CHLORIDE/ JARC bONOGRAPHS li~ ON THE E1lALUATION OF TJiE CARCINOGENIC RISK ~ OF CEiEMICALS TO MAN: Some anti-thyroid and related substances, nitrofurans and IzdWtrial_dh0Mfeals"' 0 " Voitnre 7 This publication represents the views of twv IARC Working Groups on the Evaluation of the Carcinogenic Risk of Chemicals to Man which met in Lyon, 4-11 February 1974 and 18-24 June 1974 International Agency for Research on Cancer (TARC) u3 n Qna 0 4 401
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50255 S390 rfioore, Richard. The universal nssistant, and conihlete nwcl:-anic, co>>tai1iin" over oae nulllon industrial facts, calculations, receipts, proc- e.c5es, trade secrets, rules, business forms, legal items, etc., in every occupation, front the hnusehold to the manufactorr, by I.. Moore. Illustrated with 500 engravings ... Standard ex- port ed. ... New I 6rk, J. S. Ogilvie ("1907j fi, 1:3, 8-lOl6 p. lucl. front., illus. 19°'. . 1. Recelpts. 2. Industrial arts. 3. Technology. Library of Congress CoP!'rirlit A l -,(YJD3 .,,..@..- G~ t~ ~ t1 ii Q~~~ 1 --~ T9fl.3IS,3 t3Jal I 7-11987 ---r±.-~+..-.. t -..~.... .sa.v....-..........wCs y.,.,.,..,..1 . -- Motz ~x
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I' S 1 ir(Ct? Ll0 U£ Q wu....aa.•.u.~~..y.w.~rr..::- -_w~..~ . ....._u..sy...`_.i....raL.w.w..~.._..~...-...r:r.r.•:+~...... `VTT ;t.xa7X , ...,,..,. ~.~. .~iJ• C 4'. . kh• ('. f 1toi~•~Y ila~~iT...l. 'JSlr.i.Y.f1Gz-o"r) C
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COLLOID CHEMIFI'RY; Principles and Applicatioas , t THIRD EDITION D. VAI-T NOSTRAItiD COMPANY, Inc. ~ 250. Fourth Avenue . New York 0 3 0 0 n0 0 ') 4 0G .- . for tke.4dot of Scienct, and dmer. Inu .f . . . ~~ .. JEROME AT.EXA.NDER, M.Sc. Cmultinr Cksmirt and C6rmical Eng=..err. Pait Ckairrr.an, Corr.r:iute aK t1+t Cfwmutry._! CoL'oi.lt (Natior.rl Retearch Co+cari!); Felloc;, .,fines drr& CF.emi.ru; dfca..lmrrA lnrt. of CAryR. Enjineat; afrrrL lntt. hlinis; and hlctall ur jical Eri j i neert, tie.
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~....... I Ch16-72 " 0 TRA.'~3S-CHF:M 1972 ANALYTICAL CHLMISTRY 50255 5406, TECtiNOLOGY = . 1972! A COMPILATION OF CTS TFi\*tSLATIONS This publication enables the scientist to learn of available CTS translations z.n the field qf Analytical Chemistry. f, These items are classified into sub)ect groupings so that the scientist can quzc:ly scan.raaterial of interest to him. The indicated price is for one copy,of the translation. Additional copies are availhb2e at 10C per page. Page i.vcT.c~.. !, .^ _r-...-,rdr.lJ~..•.•~ ~. 0 3o 0 tl a il l4 1 3 .,..:. . :~~.
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so2ss S4Za 73 XI Fo • IftUSTRY---WORI,D/ TOBACCO COMPANIES/ S.P-. u RJR CLASS NO. PA.`iPHLET 73 XI Fo FortunF TiIL' FORTUNE AIf,ECTORY OF THE 300 LARGEST CuTSi.DE Z1iE u. Fortune 88 (No. 3) 202-13 (Scpt. 1973) (in English) ,~.
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50255 5q15 ~: iivLtiSiRlAL ` Ct1YVIAS.LI3kTIGN- Bainfo~•th, A •lJ XnrllIStrial crystnliization tbyi A. W. Bamforth. 'Nesc York, DLacmiUaa,1966 t°1965] xxtP, 3E31 p. tllus. 22 cm. Includes bibllographical refereucea. 1. Cryatcllization. L Tiile. 3 TP156.C7B3 1966 1 1360.283298 66-1 7 2 1 e .1 Library of Congress y L14-11 «
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kC 5o2sS 5196 261 Ec 1959 /CANCER--PRE:VBNTIOH AND CONTROL/ CANCER--dLADDER/ cancer /CANCER--SKIN/ ASBESTOS/ NICKEL/ 1ffdrj~triak~arctrtog e n'gT ~ODERN MONOGRAPHS IN INDUSTRIAL MEDICINE q; F.Juor in Chie/: ANTt1ONY J. I,A\Z,l, 31.D. Conauhin6 Editor: RICIIARD 11. O1ZR, 1LD. By R. E. IrCKARDT, 3Ln., Ph.D., F.A.(:.l'. Director, Medical Research Division, Esso Research ;ui,l Engineering Company, Linden, N. J.; Associate Cliuirul Professor of Industrial Medicine, New York Univcr,ily, Postgraduate Medical School; Instructor in Medicine, Cornell University, Medical School GRUNE & STRATTON • l'l59 NEW YORK ANi, 1,O\II(J~ o 3 o Q n o a) 4 03 , .~;.-.
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50255 5409 i'11W 'MOSM; PPOPf WE-q~; Ad + AP.P.tOAArTAt1K:: W lSIUMMU Reed, Charles Eli, 1913- The industrial chemistry, properties, and ahplic<tion. of silicones. Presented before the fifty-ninth anzual of the American Society f~,r Te~',,ing Dfateri:as. .i hi'. ti~ei- phia, American Society for 'Testing i.iaterials (1956, 47 p. illus. 23 cm. (Edgar bfurburb lecture, 19M) 1. Stllcones. c. Title. TP248.S5R4 0 ~ °6G1.8 :ii-47~~ rEV ; Library of Congress ir57c°j j
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,-~-- G'13 50255 5404 7,9 J .,.: The subacute inhala~lon to;cicity of 109 industrial chcmlcals J.C.GAGE Imperial Chemical lndust6es Limited, Industrial Hygiene Research Laboratories, - • Alderley Park, Macclesfield, Cheshire 03 .0 4 ~.Vo*. 9: q_t .aaasw._..D...A._._.l ..-ILx.. -i_1O .Tv._ ... -..^- ....
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50255 5417 ~ HD ~~ 69 Itca-stYi.a: design. a Du a ~ ~-'...~_ .S7CEt~iL4~•t ~Y I:un & 1.~~ A •(\ ZJV I\c "f'~ :!'~-,7 \i C:k ~ y t~ n~ ii t) ~4 1 4 .
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~...~.a.,. S02SS 5416 ZAbAstY' L8k i see 6zrmatology 0~ n 0 ~ i~ ii J4 F-• . k
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S n ~.~~ed ' Sf pe 50255 5418 4
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50255 5402 CHEMICALS-SAFETY MEASURES/ TOXICOLOGY--ACUTE TOXICITIES/INDUSTRIAL TOXICOLOGY/IiiDtfS"tAt CHEMCA109 I T 55 In 1975 liui1Jt1I ~ T tIUSTRIAL C!IEi1CALS SAFETY 11MIUAI . t~ FOR HANDLING AND DISPOSAL WITH TOXICITY AND HAZARD DATA Published in Japan in 1975 by the International Technical Institute, Tokyo, Japan , 0 3 fl Q ~ . , . n I 0 ~ 4 0.9 jrij) The International Technical Information Institute I •~*r~ . , ~ ~: ~ . ~~,~.'"'r'~"
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~ ~ F' r i r~ V CI S~ Q •d;i O!rC r c ~ x 4 ct," ~~ Lzcrt.;~~~'t PC::. e::YZtl ! J'?. ETil.T N2 2T.V'3Tw.4",'1 ~tr •r~ ~ .LQTt1l,CiyQQ CDpt: OLlj .:c' f ti.e . [:d EOOS SSZOS
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50255 5412 i 7lulac, Ro;;er. Industrial cold uahesives; a practical hanahook for the ~ D maker anc; user, by Roger llulnc. English c~dition by Joseph L. Ros~~l:bat~m ... London, C. GriQin ~Zcompany, limited,1;)37. ~ { I ~ zll, 192 p. 2`11~. 1 I .i 1 ~ t 1. C.lue. t. Rosenbaum Joseph L., tr. II. Title. It[. Title: CC:d 1 adhesives. iranslalioa of Fabricatfon colles A frold industrielfus. ~ 37-2?~~22 Library of Congress ~ TPf1G8.DS2 t39f•, 6ti8.3 , 1 ~ ( 1 . y ry ~ 3 i~ 0 tl i ~ t~ ~4 f 9
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50255 5411 _._.__..._.___._ .._.._.-.__.___._.__._......-_...,......__...~_.._.. r.-.._.._,_,_r~..---...___{ , I UrA2 :•U. U. S. Dept. of Co:rmerce, Dr;re^u of the ~. • iV r.rl.11_- 1(r'+S 1' .-,- U. S. C~:;-QUS Crr T OBtiCCO 'tilODi:CT5 CHKTI.; a::i:D Si.:CKIi:G TCUACCO, TOisACCO :P ::I::G aELlivlllG • rr..: U. $• C~:1SliS of i.~:nUi~:ci,UY'e5: 1~358, ;'oI. -=- Industry Str,tistics, Industry Re^o-,•t^ ?0 p. 1961 U. S. Dept. of ,t! as::ir,7tor-, : cCo;imerce ~ U.~ 41 4 nili () 4 1 ~
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50255 5424 Q 141 Di 1975 Archer .Y...,.:.. ~ j~*~) /~„ f{.l~/~ AI& NEW JERSEY STATE IPdaUSTRIAL DIRECTORY 2 PENN PEAZA, NEW YORK, NEW YORK 10001. 212/5G4-0940 0 3-CI 0 n o 0'~ 4 3 0 _ _ _---- ---- - ~-------: - - : -
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fi 50255 5423 , DIRECTORIES--U.S. , 73 I Brl tsy HUGH BRITTON, Chairman and the INDUSTRIAL DIRECTORIES C011MITTEE P!4•M v D l4 ' ..i~~~ v.is~ie~ ,n `oy - / •w.:... . K, v " " Ab1ERICAN DIARKETIN G A S • S OCI ATION ~~~,c.~~. ; . ~:.~Vf:~ 27 East Monroe Street, Chicago 3, Illinois • l `~• ~y~ ,,1~ •' . ._.._...~ ~._.... ._.._..~. ~ .,.
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, ~ - - -~---~ ~ -7 .~ nd,uztAmlr l~~stfcat Chsmistry ~,/s-> :. .16ry' ANSLATIONS Q~ PIlATION OF CTS T ~ ~ TRANS-CHEM 1975 _ _ 0 3 Q - o - n_ -a- o ,)_ 4- _.t - -4 --- ,M+ ~_~ ~
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XXI Ve-76 S,P. r 38135 541.1! 1 7(1975) 30(5) 132- Ferment R . ev. !l~i INpUSTRIAT: EONVRR~IO l~ iO~ GLUCOSE INPRUCTOSE BY IMMOBILIZED ENZYMES METIIOD. CONVERSION INDUSTRIELLE DE GLUCOSE EN FRUCTOSE PAR LA TECIINIOUE D'ENZYME IMMOBILISE . I 1 i i.r 1 -~. ~~ ,~JI Vn C r104 1 C n,~C)C1 UR/A,) -A Invit6 par la Koninklijke Scholten-Honig N.V. nous avons assistc' & une intcressante journde d'ctude organisE par la societd a son sicge d'Amsterdam ainsi qu'a la visite do 1'usine situde a Koog aan do Zaan. Au cours de celle•ci, un nouveau produit edul- corant, dErive de 1'amidon do mais. 1'Isomcrosc, ainsi que son procEdd do fabrication ont etd presciitcs. L'IsomErose dont 1'appclation est protcgdc est obtc- nu par 1'isomErisation par voic enzymatique du sirop de glucose. Son roccde de preparation est h consi- ddrer comno un~te4iqf) d'Aanftar4i : iF)cst *se~ sur 1a conversion biochimique sous 1'interva.,ion de. 1'isomfrase immobilisee. . , ' Chargd dc cours 3 laL~tld dcs,Schnccs n ron miqucs - U i ~ar G SCHUCHEWYTSCH ;C a U OP InJ; 4U 6'/U,>> principalement. Sa composition est la suivante (com- muniquEe) : Nfaticres sc'ches . . . . . . 70 d 72 ~o Fructose sur tnaticres s&hes ., . . 42 0 glucose sur matie'res seches . . . 55 % Polysaccaharides sur maticres sc`ches . 3 % Son pouvoir ddulcorant est 6gal a celui du saceha- rose. '.tuditd: pH=4,0. -Couleur : maximum 24 unites Hazen. La stabiliti de la coulcur peut c'tre estimEe comme ,
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50255 5422 tiimiE mJi-AIS nt 5001 CMM?"PIES. I Fhot.catat Pro^ c L~d. Dove1. ~brrm..~'. Esc. In (lto. V.) 81~-34 (;iavenbor 1960) r 0 3n 0 t1 o 4 ') 4 2 8
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, 0 50255 5q25 Q 141 Ma 1975 ARCHER {ndustrfai* Directory of ~ M assiachuswe'tts. M anuf actu re rs, 1974-1975 Edition • Compiled by the . Massachusetts Department of . Commerce and Deve@oi3ment Bureau of Research and s~at~s~~ ;s ~S! £.6,....K, 0 3 n 4 n o 0. ~ 4 3- a
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II MeAl-81 S.P. 50255. 5394 AIR POLLUTION CONTROL ASSOCIATION n Suu Cuumuou mrssion Munuunng Methods LecturerJamn9ahnhe , r N1 r 7 CT M.9 rons d obyy in AY Pdlu6on p6bmwn L.aurer. Ekner Zj s~Acd Rains. Anothe/r ~ir Pullunon Prdrlem ~ ! Lecturer Garv J 6iens4nd. I This course p.ovdes an overview ol the topic d acid rains ENeays d acid rains are discussed hnelly but the emphasis is on the chemiury. t meteorobgy and air quality aspects u( the ropc. Atmosphene suve Ng mechanisms. sampling and analysis procedu.es. the hwa sources and cun.nt research propch are ducusaed. ~: .e -- --- - Llo4r - A d A/r~.rroas Yr Ak /eMa1 CMMd al~ Y~~1 Rap~ir~eray Lacturen. Michad C and Chales Dan. Dacuws the surw d the current regulatory e/(on and presenb assessrnems d precombustion. combuulon and postcombustan conhol technologies Coal cleaning. tynthedc /uel.. coal p.ulien. Ouidued bed J0mGntion and 9ue y.s treatment s.chnobpy, ae aC considered. --r-. _.~ _. . ---- - - - eorofoyical Progarga'for Su'rg of Povrer Pums and hdustrial Facilities ~ Lecturer: George F. -tlOM , nburne Radruacr v Emnsxms ~ Leaturen. CohnsBnynes and Mor4y-Davn. t Thrs overvinv begms with delnNons o/ terms and proceeds to the idenlMicanon of myor airborne radaaclive releases from generating Nr tiuns and uranium mining Pathways d releases tu man and effects are cussed. with some e.amples Methods o/ pathway modeling. rn- iny dispenion. deposmon and doumetry rnodek. are treated aecasting EnvYOnmenl ~ to the Year 2000 : Ledurar Stephen B emerqs for Coal-F.ed Power Planb The course analyaa. through presentation and drscussion of six case studies. U S envihonmenul requirements which may impact upon coal-Ired power plants through the year 2" The studies (ocus on future ak pollution control devebpments abnp with other environ- mental comtrainq. ~ Top Pracucal A7.ofldhulon ModeYg ... Hanb On ' Lecturer Ralph C*81darew The prkicpks ol rr PoWtion awdeWp .re drewnd. Practlcal wq- ~ penwns lor the use of desk wp equlpnem re ylwn. 1 ~ U 3 0 0 n 0 0~ 4 0` • .
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It. F7~;1 DIG'r:D 13~D/ DI;Y7?4% At;D MYEFS/ 50255 5429 INDUSTRIAL Pl`YII~1~G ~ A. `?Villiams-Gazciner ~ : \\!/ A OIVISION O/ rM[ cH1:.t1c:AI. ItL'IIft1:It Go. " Cl(V(IAND. O/I1Q ~/ INTCRNATIONAL E.CII=NTII:IC !a:F7IC8 0 30 0 n 0 0 9 43 5
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50255 5420 i P (Iw. 11) 51-88 (iJovtmber 1963) Cosraay, H. N:'cl+i~ley, Jr. CUTAI4BLAt FERTILE FIELD FOR CREATING {-r,NT'uRE.S. Re rint froint Icul. pevPloP• tAarnIf• Record 137 I I 0 30 0 4 0 4~7 42 6 ti .4 f.
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REF 1~3 Re 1977 fNDUSTRIA6 ENEAGY EQNS~RV~4TlOf~~ A Handbook for Engineers and Managers DAVID A. REAY International Research and Development Co. Ltd., Newcastle-upon-Tyne PERGAMON PRESS OXFORD •!VEW 1'ORK 1ORONTO SYDNfa' • PARtS E'RANKi'URT C a3 ns a n a 4 a4 4 Q n l
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- . ..,,....... , AEROSOLS--4EASUREMENT & ANALYSIS/PARTICT.E SIZE MEASURE"iENT/ PARTICULATE • SI7,E/PARTICW:S--LIGIIT SCATTERING/E:NIRO'N'4ENTAL `tO:iITORING/ 50255 5430 jNW4TjtYAL~EMUN"; 'PARTICULATE SIX/ AIR--POLLUTION--ANALYSIS/ QD 549 Lu 1979 AEROSOL MEASUREMENT EDITORS Dale A. Lundgren Environmental Engineering Sciences University of Florida Gainesville, Florida Franklin S. Harris, Jr. Physics and Geophysical Sciences Old Dominion University • Norfolk, Virginia William H. Marlow Brookhaven National Laboratory Associated Universities Upton, New York 03 0 0•n 0 0 9 43 6 - niversity of Florida Book U crsity Presses of Florida Gainesville / 1979 Morton Lippmann Institute of Environmental Medicine New York University Medical Center New York, New York William E. Clark ~ Environmental Engineering Department California Polytechnic State'University San Luis Obispo. California Michael D. Durham Environmental Engineering Sciences University of Florida Gainesville. Florida
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50255 5410 . .1 . Industrial che:nistryof colloid il an~l smorpheus m;etcy :: -. by titi arren K. Lewis ... Lombard Squires ... Landl C.eotT.- r Broughton ... New York, The ti:flcrnil,an comFnns, 1~J~ 2. 1 L, 540 p. illus., tablea (1 fold.) diagri. 414 cw.• Bibliography at end of each chapter. Lewls, Warren Henclall, 1882- TP 145 L 1 1. Chemistry, Technloal. 2. Colloitl% i. Squires, Unwbard, joSnt author. it. Broughton, Geoftrey, joint author. ni. Title. TP145.D448 ( ~ 660 42-5003 Library of Congre" ~--~ E-Mu=2t a t 7 r I
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50255 5421 -- ; R3prir.t ,. . Sa.rr.pes, .'ohn R. SOUTL'S Ci~:::-:ICAL STUDT ;S HIT A:M tiIM? I=+ 1?7~cl, by John it. Sos:ipey and Jewell C. Saripey. Reprint from: Ind. Devel. :•:mnuf. r.ec. 12-2 11 (:~zy l;'60) ) 0 3 n Q na a 4 42 7
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_.~...:,.. , .a 50255 5428 . RJR CLASS 140. PAMPHLET 76 XI SELLING.TO THE FOOD, CAVDY AND TOBACCO INDUSTRIES. Ind. Distrib. 66 (No. 7) 47-49 (1976) (in English) TOBACCO--ECONOT'I CS j. Industrial Distribu".:* ~ t 0 3 tl o ~ 0 0•~ q34 , ,r,
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6 I R1-76 50255 5433 A9AY 1971 LLECTMOM6C lvDUSTPUES MSOCi.IAYiMA - STANi)AR1)S / "N F.otiglneari~g Do?~rt~tx~t 2E~1 Eye Ime ~t. Fr. C7., CfaaU~:oa, F,?. C. ~'~L'016 0 3 tl 0 n ri n a a 3 9 eaIcE $ 2.60
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_.......,.:,.. 50255 5427 Q 141 Di 1973 AFicH eR E!'cT~~~i ~,~ 12th£uition ~ •G~ (1973-1974) Qf Virginia Manufacturing ~~~ ~_, /~~ GY.~~ ~ ~,~` 1.,~ '+~ V ~ ' ~ `. .~:~+ .' . ~~~, ~ '~'.,'~;~:. .: . _~- ~. _~..~. - - PUBLISHED BY THE VIRGINIA STA i E CHAft!BER OF COMMERCE RtCHNIOND, VIRGINlA -4 0 3 i1 0 n C7 0 -) 4 3 3 El
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MATF.RIAL HANDLING/INDUSTRIAI. MA.yAGE'tt:NT/INMTRt*L -i4NBlMauVtNft/ FACTORY :-SA2iAGE:4r-:1T/`tANAGEMENT--PLA.".NING/TIME AND MOTION STUDIES/ 50255 54U WORK MEASL'REMEtiT/ TS 149 Ba 1968 I .. )MOTION AND TIME STUDY Desi~n and lieasurement of Work $izlh Edilion RALPH \I. BARNES, M.E., Ph.D. rro%ssor of Enpiaesrinp and Productioa 1laraq,rncne' Univcrrily of CaliJornia. Lus Anpclu, CafiJoraia JOIiIa WILEY & SONS, INC. NEW YORI: L0N'DON ~ . . c 0 3 a A -A tJ 1i _~ SYD\'EY
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1 TK 7870 P1 ARCHER lant Engineering Library EL ECTRICAL - VOLUME I - 352 Pages Contains 8 books • consisting of: 50255 5431 05-1,IApplication artdSpecification of Industrial Electric Motbrs 05-2. yOperation and Maintenance of Industrial Electric Motors 05.'!,!fetting the Most from Your Electric Power System 05~. "5tep-byStep Analysis for Troubleshooting Industrial ' Controls 05-5.vtlectrical Estimating for the Plant Engineer 05~.A/tdtsritiNiteetricd Contlft 05-7, ience of Plant Utilities Control 05•8,~tannirtg and Designing Industrial Lighting Systems PLUS ... An attractive, heavy-duty, embossed vinyl binder 1 Plant Engineering, Reprint Dept. , 1301 South Grove Avenue, Barrington, Illinois o s a o ~ p ~~4 3 7 Y ELECTRICAL - VOLUME II - Conteins,fbooks -consisting of: 05-9•VApplying Electrical Equipment Proteet 05-10 strial Elcctric Motors fb-11`ustrial Lighting ~INSTRUMENTS AND CONTROLS \ Liook No. 85-1. pplying Instruments and Controls-all phases of controls sys- tems, from the basics to applying sys- tems to analyzing the results are covered- A pro and con treatment of instruments for measuring density of slurries and the outline of a course for instrument repair- I ~ \ ~ ttten are included. 29 pages Price: $4.00 Book No. 85-2.`1lppfying Instruments and Controls, Volume 11-reviews a variety of subjects: recording instru-. menls, ultrasonics, pressure gages, buifd- ing a detector, lease or rental considera- tions, liquid and gas-flow rotameters, elampon ammeters, and building a solid state control circuit with func- tion modules. - .,i 0
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50255 5439 ~ Ref ~ TP ~ Mc Iexiustticl Gngin:.c.ting, v-.T :-:~iLL ENC'iCL(1:'FDIA "I;: •h., :f0LOC"I, Vol. •'J '1 ' ~C~. . -~ .. ~..~._ ~ .>., 17 Vo:3.s. : lcCr: au-dill .~ao% Co. :•:ew 1 oYk ~ 3 tl Q n a +) 1 4 4 S
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50255 5445 , _.. . . ~.... „ _„r..y..~ E'h11.~R:viTL TTIduSt:rial Page, John S Fstimatot•'s manual of equipment and instaltution c.3.=ts, Houston, Tcs., C.ulf Pub. Co. t.3u31 212 p. tllus. 24 cm. 1. Costs, Industrint--Nandbook., mn:;uais, etr. 2. I:1du5trial Oquip- ment. z. Title. HD47.P2 620.02 ~ J Library of t"'ongress I
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50255 5442' CARBON MONOXIDE/DDT/POLYVINYL CHLORIDE/METHYLENE CHLOF.IDE/ I IOCCUPATIONAL DISEASES/TOXICOLOGY/NOISE/RADIATION/INDUSTRIAL HYGIENE ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES. An Intardisciplinary Monograph Series/ ' LUNCtS--CA,NMR.--Uyj ROWNTAL CAUS ES / 1. RA 1230 Cr 1975 f THE WORKER AND THE COMMUNITY Second Edition Sponsored by Industrial Hcaltli Foutdation, lnc. Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania EDITED BY LESTER V CRALLEY AND PATP.ICh R. ATKINS . ~ 3 Q Depattment of Health and Enrirnnment Aluminum Compmiy of Anrerica Pittsburgh, Perorsrlrania ACADEMIC PRESS New York San Francisco London 1975 A Subsidiary of ilarcottrt Brace Jovanoriclt, Pirblishers Q t1 0 0 9 4 4 8~ ,r 1.,L ~ ~ ~~~~ ~~~ 14 f
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-- -----~-.,. - _ w::»~ 50255 5444 POLLUTION COKTROL/I:IDUSTRIAL ENGINEERI*1C/INDUS'fRIAI:--EQtjlP.MENT/ METALLURTICAL INDUSTRY/WATER--TREAT:•tENT/ RA 576 Da 1973 ) AIR POLLUTION K.;GI;VEERING MANUAL 2nd edition Compiled aiid edited by JOHN A. DA:3IELSON "a. Air Pollution Control District County of Los Angeles J. F..0h1'tEPiTAL PROTECTION AGENCY ~~fice of Air and WAter Programs Office of Air Quality Planning and Standards Research Triangle Park, N. C. 27711 Hay 1973 0 .3 0 A~n :1 0 9 4 3 V • , -" 77, ww,,Vr.
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.,..~..e.,.._ ~.., RA 576 Da 1973 a.,. „ 50255 5437 w....r,,.. ..~-..-- . . J - POLLUTION CONTROL/ I1SUi:STRtAL * +GInERI2tC/ INDUSTRIAL -EQUIPMENT/ METALLURTICAL INDUSTRY/WATER--TREAT:•1ENT/ AIR POLLUTION .iGINEERING MANUAL 2nd edition Compiled and edited by JOHN A. DANIELSON -e P 10 Air Pollution Control District County of Los Angeles ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY Office of Air and WAter Programs Office of Air Quality Planning and Standards Research Triangle Park, N. C. 27711 May 1973 ,.,,,..~...._:. t1 3 a () n 6 0 ) 4 4 3 di
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50255 HD ~ rSANAGErNT--OPERATION/ 38 De THE SECURITY C~ fi !i 'DUS ' ` ~ .~ i974. ; .. TK f t-, L fNFC~RA~ATlUN 5447 %uSINESS INTELt.IGENCE/~~~*~~At~d/PATENTS/ r.: L bY-(xti1 y 1T? y 0.30 0 i\0 0 ~4 a3 A GUIDE AND REFERENCE . FOR ' - MANAGERS AND ENGiNEERS D.DeIMar University ot ldabo ~ : THE CHESTNUT HILL PRESS i
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i 50255 54+11 76 III Rel-77, ,S.P. VINDUSTRIAL ENrINEERINR C11F.MISTRY/ % COMPLE.TE DATA FOR TABLE I OF ARTICLf IIiTITLED: NLATENT HEATS OF VAPORIZATION OF 88 ORGAI+IC 'COMPOUNDS FROM 1 mm. TO THEtCRITICAL PRESSURE". Bys J. B. O'Hara. Present address: Lehigh University, Bethlehem, Pa. and R. V. Fahien. Present address: Purdue Oniversity, Lafayette, Ind. I rLatent beats of vaporization of some orsim.nic compounds. O'H•er, and I'.. W. haluen (Univ. of Mi:suuri, RulL1).• x .K;, i:un. 43, 2934-5(1.'-51); .4 »r. Doc. lnst D;:c. 3327 (hilnt $1.00, phutupriat ~3.~ ., :aent ~eats of taDorization of Sa org. crna;ia: • cuin a pressure of 1 mn•.. to ttit. prts:vire were calcd. from the dat.t of Stu1t (C.d. 41, 2945j) and ^re given in thc :brn •-nieationed ~dc~c, ~~sne,~t not ~uthe Ird. En~. CGeut. p;~p J. C. ~ r1 thttr, jr. - -- 1i - .~- t~ t~ - ti - ~~ - ~1--~ "F --4--i- ------ -- I
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Browralce, K. A. 1UMS1'ItM 1953 4th ed. 194 gages Chemicttl Pubi32hing Co. Ncra York 0 4 - a 0~C14 n0~i9 4S ~'8 s .-.~~. - .,._,.....- -
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50255 5448 ~.. F1D 38 Gr Greene, 123c1tLtd M. IIusineEs intelligen:,e and espionage ~by, Ricl+t3t-f-' <<. ~ Gtftne, Jr. Homevvood, Yil., Dow Jonee•trw;ft, tA£6. ?:I, 312 p. ltlua. 24 cm. Covrr~re.--afanaXernent, bcs;ness Inte11l~.~nco, Hnt: ~t.plouN~r :,L a r. M. Greene.-A n Introductton to Intell!:;enrr In Aoonsarous.-3-1U;tary and corporate IntelllTe>>ce, ry C. F. Carr:>a - Plannlng and adn-lntstretton of t1~ bc.tln.*a tnreW::-~-Dre rro~+.r,. s:. J. L. Ft~-:rlc'd -i)-:elc+,rment ot t--'. .•"...: . nel. by F.. M. and enpionaPe, Ly A. !l. ,une-t'siT,g czs,t end lLforr,ratloa to win d.-iEnw pro;Trsn:a, by Z'. Z.. C..,:.--.'. _.. .. for RFP evaluation, by R. E. [tecRvrltt,.-Pata nw+ t,: : ((;o:,tlnu-d on reZt care ) \llr-.,a . . I 171 - , •Z. . ... v. -
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50255 5440 I - lfo :ern ch.'i,~ictll processes, a wrirs of articles drscr;u;t,g -~ chetnica1 mal!.uf:icturing plzlnts. 1050 Yew York, Rcit.hold. Ysl. ~, 3, f j.t, v. tlius., dlal;rs. 29 cm. "BS the editors. of Industrial and engineering cheml--trc in ccc lunction with the technical staffs of the cooperating organ;x~iiaaf." 1. Chemistry, Tecbnical. 2. Chem.cals-Manufacture snd ]ndu:trn. i. Title. Dayton, Ohio.' Public ~~ Library for Library of Coagress 15-ib=151 A 52--:1?5 -) ° -~ 4 4 6
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TK lant Engineering Library 7870 P1 ELECTRICAL - VOLUME I- 352 Pages ARCHER Contains 8 books -consisting of• 05-3.3~ietting the Most from Your E/ectrrc rower System 05•4, s5tep-byStep Analysis for Troubleshooting Industrial ' Controls 054.4lectrical Estimating for the Plant Engineer 054 t~( dustrial Electrical Control 05-7,,/,drience of Plant Utilities Control 05.8.lartning and Designing Industrial Lighting Systems PLUS ,,, An attractive, heavyduty, embossed vinyl binder 50255 5432 05-1,fApplication and Specification of Industrial Electric Motbrs 05-2, yOperation and Maintenance of Industrial Electric P.lotort I ELECTRICAL - VOLUME II - ContainsAooks - consisting of: 05_9.J Iying Electrical Equipment Protectia 05-10 ~ dtti.8tectrio Motorft ` "' 05-11 ustrial Lighting /INSTRUMENTS AND CONTROLS Book No. 85-14Mp"plying Instruments and Controls-all phases of controls sys- tems, from the basics to applying sys- tems to analyzing the results are covered. A pro and con treatment of instruments for measuring density of slurries and the outline of a course for instrument repair- Plant Engineering, Reprint Dept. , 1301 South Grove Avenue, Barrington, Illinois 0 3 a o n 0 0 7 4 38 oet-74fl, `i \ men are included. 29 pages Price: $4.00 Book No. 85-2.10'Applying Instruments and Controls, Volume t1-reviews a variety of subjects: recording instru-.. ments, ultrasonics, pressure gages, buitd- ing a detector, lease or rental considera• tions, liquid and gas-flow rotameters, damp-on ammeters, and building a solid state control circuit with func- tion modules. r-
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30255 s4ss 1 . RC 49 Ha 1975 -,..+..w... ,,. JAPAN/ STRESS/ 0 Method logy in . Vhuman.atigue % assessment Distributed Exclusively By INTERNATIONAL IDEAS INC. 1627 Spruce Street Philadelphia PA USA 19103 Taylur & Francis Ltd 14-14 Dfacklin Street London WC2B 5NF 0a 9 4 b 'r Edited by K. Hashimoto K. Kogi E. Grandjean proceedings of the Symposiu m held in K to,Japan un~dertiie~autspicesof G.~b~t~JaE.r.Aara~ewsio9t o~~~.~euul~ ,, . -A
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^... ., . .... soass 3430 73 II Aa DRYING AND DRYERS/INDltS~R"tAi: BN6INEl~I~tt~GJ~101S1'Uttl:--u~1lsFi1`iliv :1 ~.: ~.; " r, 3 t' Q ---~-----n ~ .. . r: If I L 'E (- ~ o n cy Chemical Processing 19 (8) 74-75 (1973) :: ,., ~ l:~ ~,~~ ~~ F. C. HAREAftT. G.A., C.Eng.. M.I.E.E.• Several industries are beginning to benefit from a new moisture measurement technique developed by Sira Institute. The method, which measures moisture content of - - materials during drying processes has already been applied to the control of rotary dryers, fluid bed dryers, tenters and stenters. Plant firiuis with other tt)es of dl~%er of the material. The technique requires the measurement of the difference in temperature betNti-cen the material and the wct bulb. This temperature di(lcrence is related directly to the moisture content of a given material. The method is therefore suitable for measuring any moisture content less than that required to saturate the material. - Qevelopment of the method The study of material temperature in a dryer reveals a standard response. At the beginning of the process t`.~ material heats up from ambient temperature to appro: -
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~...ft.. 50255 SOSO Iftftatcla:, ,ZxParimsnt 3tatiory, Jt. author. ; ?nd I:1d; ~atr`t-I 1Jr,..1;r.;V.'-, ~foceea~.~! nT i 1 • ~:1 '! ~ Fl SyR1pO"S-i J..:1 C,'1 ~ Vf1lYP.f 3: !~ t•.!P ;~ f.'_ f ~ Mayi 19:G - ~ - o.S4 O ni1O 4456 ~s. ~~ .x, , . ~
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S02SS 5464 II I St7 I'ndustrial Gases Stanford Research Institute LONG RANGE PLANNING SERVICE - RESEARCH REPORTS. 1964-1966 Booklets Menlo Park, California
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._ _..___.....,:........~...._...._..-_..~ .,..~~..~..~-~ ~..:..~ _ - __ ~..----....~-..:-..,_......-..._____ . I ~ i l9 8 71-72 (1973) O yt u u 41~L7 y~~\'#l11I~ ~ :~. 1d 1 ~ G ~ ~ !:^- f'•ati /~ +r2 t~ (~~ ~. 3 ~4~ • !~~ tLi• ~j f~ ~~ C. C. WNEELER' A recent report goes a long way towarc~s filling the informGticn gap, still exist:ng in industry, by providing easily assimilable iniormation about all aspects of minicomputcr-plant interfacing Ol'PORIMIN~1Tfi:S I•OR THE 1rOW COST AUTO- m:+tio,i of I`i::ntifacturin^ plant and processes have never ` 0 3 0 0+1 0 0 •) 4 1 I peripheral and computer-plant interfaces. A series of case studics of working systems, described by their dcsiguers, provides a particularly illuminatinf, %icw of the typcsf of difliculties which are encountered in practice and how they may be overcome. Although some interfacino appli;ations require a considerable knowledge of logic and computer design for their successful completion, these are in the minority and many vcry powerful computer-based auto- ruation systems may be implcmented by making use of readily available standard interface modules, possibly with the addition of a modest amount of specially designcd and constructcd hardware. __.__....~ 73 111 Uh Chemical Proce.>s ng _ 50255 5q 06
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. . . . r~... .k.•.__ _ . 50255 5455 1 ttef, 1".4 ~;t~r~z~ a 1, F~r.tens , S~s~ -. Hazt, Jolue R, I3iREC'Cz:X OF .n2LU5`r'itTAL RhSE.4•RCII, Ist.fFYAi'M-b'T At:]) T::ST:::~; L:i;:O,"•.'1TQRTr:S Tti WaTH CAROLT.a4, U-63$ by .1r,'m It, F%:=rt and .Izsae T. r.o52e (cnu~. ) FacCa :or r:te-ustry Series 17-ulletin P:.7o 22. 1963 1G's p. North Car.olina State of t?s+c Onicexg.Cy of No'.rth Caxolina at RaleiRh, IndustrUl Z.tenslon Sarvicz School of Eraineering Ra1eigiti, N. C. 4n;I a ) 4 6 1
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.. r~ _ ~..~.~,.. ~ . . _.. .. .,_,,. , ...M. sp.....xp.r,,..r .;Fr_..._ .. . _. SUGAR INDUSTRY/FATS/OILS/BAKERY/SOYBEAN/ 50255 5435 FRUIT--FROZEiv/VEGETABLES/FEEDS--,fA,ti'UFAC~URF~~C~ .Y-~$~~SS~~J~~ESSING/ N(OD--INDUST RY AND TRADE/MGAT--IPIDUST T Ah /R _ • AN""R'#ft"''E~'!"'"3"?ZJiyt'~'..l1'!r"= '~T'E'U"`Fdt'lD''~U:STRTES~ ~ ..,- -~ ~. 9. Pafo•mine Jrzanizeuon,~n,ae +nd AdJre.s . • I 1)EVELOPMENT YLANNING AND RESEARCH ASSOCIATES, INC. ~ f10 ~~e- 'e'°P. 0. Box 727 • ~ `1 c,. c< < lc/_ t ~ -~ , lanhattan, Yansas ~ j ~ i~- ~:. spomm,ej Ot~anizan.n \in,e aed AJdres. ' lfatiot!al Technical Information Seroice !?1. S DEPARTMENT OF THE I NTER IOR U. S. DEPAtfTMENI T OF COMMERCE _ fEDERAL LNERGY NDMIN;STRATION'--"'""`• , This study is one of a series conducted in an effort to provide inforrr3tiorn or the basic structure and characteristics of selected food industries. Farticul:r emphasis is placed on fuel use by major type and production process as well as exploring the possibilities for fuel substitutibility and conservation measures. . Fue /Enerny Use animal and marine fats and cils meat packing ' manufactured rice sausaqes and other prpared meats bread, cake and related ~rolucts tnieal feeds wet corn milling cane sugar malt beverages 1)~. Weeti/ien/Ape.-EsJ.d Ter.e ~ fluid milk - soy bean oil mills canned frutis and vegetables frozen fruits and vegetables W%ki 0 9 4 4 1 PRICES SUBIECT YO Cii: t.rGE N*red,.ced y NATIONAI. TECHNICAL INFORMATION SERVICE
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50255 5459 i ~..R.,._ - - - .__..._....~-,.~.._..~..._ ._._.. .__ _ -. .:.~,,...._ - -- - -- _ __....... .... _ ..~_. + ~ 3 xx ~ C~:~Ia :'ieF Situation- ~ ~(1970) ~ S.P. R. J. Fi;~~~2da ic';ne-co CL-,., ::.>.-searc!h rmd Frodccc Dc J7 ioa ~?:~~ Da:arm-nt©, Sca,:nce 1..aiii ::..Ti CZ..uv. L i..lo 1ZJ:1 iU4D C.r:...IS .r1r h:1 R, .Z: !IL.'. :.Le_':{.''.a- i tl:Cl:. 1970 a collect-ton ot mv:nrid1. Vars:ta-:-SaleL.j, :I. C. 0.3 o 0 n a 01) 4 6 4 0
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50255 5466 ~...~... 1,^ ) .. ~ i 1 ~. -'e,iv :.tive 'Nhistirr, Roy L.cyter. It.dustrial nums, polycACch<<rides nn1 their deri:•a,~.. : gby, Roy L. Whistler Eand; James';. BeJlilter. \en Ac~±dernic Press, 1959. 766 p. illus. 24 cm. lucludes biblIo.graphy. - - •---,.-~-: i 1. Polyslccharides. ;..IeJlilier, Ja[ues N., jviut 3whcr:. Iz Title. TP9 i 9.5.P6IV5 ~~ 668.47 59-7691 ; Library of Conores; U s Q 00 (i G) 4 72 11 -
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Ai:._ ,<._ 50255 5472 Walker,G,; RJR CLASS N0. TEXTBOOK QA 901 Wa 1982 INi?U5TRIAL. HEAT: EXCHAAlGkRS~ A BASIC GUTAft. Heriisphere Pub1ishing Corp,.New York, New York 10036.82, ISN = 6097 0 3 4 0 n 4 09 4 T 8
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r 50255 s4S3 EXPLOSIVES--SAFETY :MEASURES/ SAFETY MEASURES/ ~ Protection;:', Frank T. Bodurtha Engineering Department E. I. du Pont de Nemours & Company Incorporated C'. ,G', r??. o3a onoo 14 5 9 FIRE SAFETY/ FLAMMABILITY/ T Indmwal EX foSton 55 ' ~ Bo ' (~ ~ orv an Y~ 1980 . r reven~~ McGraw-Hill Bo9k Compan New York Mexico St.l.ouis Montreal San Francisco Johannesburg Auckland Panama BogotS Sio Paulo Hamburg Tokyo New Delhi Singapore London Sydney Madrid Toronto _W
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50255 5463 AIR--POLLUTION--CONTROL/ENERGY CONSERVATION/ENGINEERING--ESTIMATES & COSM TA 155 In 1978 STUDY OF SYSTEMS FOR ~/H/EAT RECOVERY ARCHER FROM AFTERBURNERS Prepared by: INMS?RIACFrAB`f,'tItANiNr`>vINSTITU"E, It1C-_j TH/:PAILON.41. Ae~GC6A11„V OF AtANLFA( Tl'K4KSO4 I.'lIV9TK1A1.APOLLL TIL~ (n.% T6oL LQi fJ"1'.T Contract No. 68-02-1473 Task No. 23 Prepared for: April 1978 U.S. ENVIRONNL•'hT11L PRO'r1XTTON Aez,rXY Offico of Air Ou.11 itv Pl,1llnilll; jtt1(i i.:lr~l : 1'aill;iu].UIl :~Lillldill-1:S u11C1 J:iltl Lltt.:l`1'lllty I)1V L:i1_U11 Rcsr:lt-c:h Tt' i ~ln:Tl l~ }';,rl;. 0~ 0 0 0 a •(. ,~z.~..m ~~ .
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~,. ... ..r. ~ ....~..r~,.. ~_~ . 76 I'In2 ' ' LITUIATU2E AGSTi f1CTS 1 CivViROWE7iER!'iAa AhS J ' j -GVCU:'ATiONAi. NliD ~ SAFcy'Y NE1'dS ~ P~ kr`Li IlUDttS T RI'At°t'sf4f-A t~Tf4-- T OUN ©AruON; INGi, 5231 CENTRE AVENUE • PITTSBURGH, PA. 15232 50255 5467 . a 3`c~ o n o t, 4 4 7 s
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50255 5469 ke, PROCEEDINGS OF THE SYMPOSIUM 0 A ---) CI } ~ ,< u--t u ,, I E 5231 Centre Avenue Pitts'uurgh, Pennsylvania 15232 1974 ~l~I~nTT)i ,.-INC. ,. a December 12 • 13, . Mellon Institute of Carnebie-Mellon University Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 03 0, 0 nU4 9 47 5
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50255 5468 RC 262 In 1973 i'. CNrCF.4--i0'.Vp,RF.SSES /CANCF,R--RESEARCI{ /CA."ICER--EP I hfa 1?OLOGY / CAI4CER--CAUSATION/C,'h.CEfi=-CP,USATrO?V--BY ENVIROWfEIrTAL FACTORS / ENVIRON`•'E*.TAL HF.ALTII/OCCUPATIOVAL SAFETY AND HEALTH ACT/ PROCEEDINGS OF THE SYIviPOSIUPS • '"a ON C.HEMICAL CARCINOGENS ~~ June 2S-Z9, 1973 , . Mellon Institute of Carnegie-Mellon University Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Ind.ustrtai Health Foundation. Inc:,.~A 45231 Centre Avenue Pittsburgh, Pennsytvania' . 15Z32 1973 r.... ~..-..,. b....., 0 3ao n004474• ~.~ V
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50255 5474 SPERRY RAND CORPORATION/FLUID MECHANICS/ © 1 i QA 901 S 1970 4 C. ARCHER 4 C. ~NDl1STR9AE v flYuRAULICS MANUAL FIRST EDITION 1970 REVISED SEPTEMBER 1970 COPYRIGHT ® 1970
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~....:w. ... 50255 5457 ., InduStriaA #'e.itFe»tstioctiab.. Under!:otler, Le!and Alfred, 1906- e4l. Lulustrial fermentations, edited by Lelar.d A. Ur•ctiir':v;;c~r and Richard J. Hickey. New York, Chemical Pub. Cc,., 1954-- ; : v. lllus. 22 cm. Includes blbliographteA i. FertnautQtioO. L tiicli2f, isicnnru JaIl:es, ii:i:'.- ed. n. Tith TP505.U5 660.28 Library of :,ongre-" (251 -4 0.3 0 0 n 0 0 ) 4 n' 3
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~ 50255 5a70 I idi-7R Newby,. J. P. ~ S. P. PRI*iARY NORTH CARf1L INA~ ~'LNDIISTRIAL AF.ALTN HAZATT)S .:~ rtvorth Carolina State Univergity, Indiistrtal Pxtension Service. (Information nrovidPd by the V. C. T)enartment of r.ahor) s• /9' - pyo ~ 7~ G~ " ' % ~ ~ fr Ttiv~, , s•Q 0 3 0 0 n_0 09 4 7 6 , t• ~ ;?
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1 I -• _ 50255 5462 , J 1 r... .r. A.. The principles and practice of the control of gaseous and particulate cmissions / W. STRAU S S Reader in Industrial Sciencc Unimsity of Mt/bowm , G,L6e'INIAY<,/ ('rAS F~-Ow/~/~t~t-•~osoRPr.or.f~o /rollRPTiO~/~Gnlrt-. SiEfdARA~~ rEA~Ti~'l~NLATirA~/l'~.L 1rRAriO.t//E«QrRO•PRIGi,o/T4Tiv~ 40 A.~..~ : '~~'~~~~''~`~, RA ~'r6 sr n~~bev --oofAIAAv~c C.e,t~ • 4f 6 0 3 0 EO fl 0 0 9 4 6 8 , , .
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50255 546,0 ' -.c.s._a.. ..-_._.._..) <. - ...__ ~ ... .w1 M.l. • T'~. ~~~ ~ . ..._~~.. .»u.:_ .. ..- S . _ .J~.....w... _.., . . . i i X.1~ UnGs (1970) n ,. sT a i U. S. Bepa.•tient of ttie Intexior, Pi3h gnd Wild?:.fe :.~: wico, Buraeu of Ga~.,r.nercini. ~it:S.~ra.en 4\i.~t~P.MTTa• T.wlaa~~wl~ b1J77 ~ tRa7s li / a...rL\J1l~..L'~L. C1J.+lia1 b1J SLl~UA~liVhl OUa.~.ac:~ 19701 r1'1 35 PayeA U. S. i'rant. o£ the InCarior Wn9[1i21gtoi, D. C. t~ .i 0 U n C) 0 4 4 b 4 J
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_ ~...,W,.. ...u........~.~. ti NOISE/OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH/INDUSTRIAL HYGIENBA American Conference of Governmental Industrial Hygienists. 50255 Sa75 III Me9-76 THRESHOLD LIMIT VALUES FOR CHEMICAL SL'BSTANCES AND PHYSICAL S.P. AGENTS. IN THE WORKROOM ErNIRONMENT WITH INTENDED CHANGES FOR ? 976. . :. a 0 3 0 0 0 cl 09 4 8 1 I ~'~'~
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T/_Kryn, P\e.., 0~ ~ u [2T ~J J ?~? y M oV.7 SED G 0- d GERALD REED a... a n.« c., r. wki,w So prutial arc thc ui.iny and di.cr%c u.cs of cnn•mc: in tLc food industry tliat it lxst xncs our purposc to go immediatcly iuto thcl,cncficial apptic.rtionsof thcscag-cnts. 7bc rnore scientific points of their slxrwl natnrc arc bricfcd in accomp.in~~iu- r~nls (p.r;os 107 mnd IOS). Ileicin, we Will tiGillv eorleidct eurir prileih.tl tnz}wcs as pcpsin (floln thc p.1ucrcas aaJ o.ntro iutatmal fOOD •VGINEERIt7G. MAY. 1952 trxts of cattk and pis); papain, Fcin. brouiclin (sc,cWbie protar.cs)• ault (a rc;ctahlc Ji:ist: sc): ancl a c.uict.• of enismcs frooi fuuoi anJ b.rctcria. And p:irticulrt cn phasis will hc placcd on thc ncst•c[ applic+rious; of enzymes of tnicrobiolooic.il origin. They Clorify Fruit leices Until rcerntly, eider w.is rc;irdcd as a sLj,ou.d driuk oull•, since no mctbcd of storing tirc iuicc v.as knoun Q ~ O--Q. .--~...~ . .-..-...-.~ ~,.~•. • ~-•^- ..... ~- 10i ..-..-------- •r-~ . __._._ .. .. _.0
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r..«r,.. 50255 5473 ENERGY CONSERVATION/i HEATING EQUIPMENT/ Combustion Technology Manual TJ 272 In 1980 ER ARCH t N~~~;~~ - , , ~-IA'ft~~ `'. ~ 1901 N. Moore Street Arlinrton, Virginia 22209 THIRD EDITION 1980 PuhGah.d hv the Combustion Division of the 0 3 0 0 n 0 09 4 7 9 4
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50255 5461 . ~ CHRO'KAT00RAPHIC ANALYSIS--GAS CHROMAT(1CPAPHY/TRACF. ELE'*F.NTS--At1ALYSIS/ GASES--AVALYSIS/VINYL CIIL0RInE/POLY**Er.S & POLYNrRIZATION--A~IALYSIS/ HYDROCARRONS--ANAT.YSIS / qn 272 Ha 1973 !fldUstriatGs. itChrOmafOgtaphic Horst Hachenberg Atwlytlcal Chemistry Section, Farbwerke Hoechst A.G. Frankfurt am Main, Federal Republic of Germany • London New York • , Rheine a 3 o a(l a a a 4 6 7
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1 1 .' / . 50255 Sr6S POLLUTION CONiRAL/AIR--POLLVi'ION--IJUrS/AIR-POLL[TIImi--COYCRt)T./ / LMROMUNTAL AOIIZ'OP.IaG/ RA 576 WMNM Un 1978 U.& BNYIItoNMENTAL rROTF.C7ION AcFdYCY TidMObp'harfa j~ 1978 • . . 0300 0 ao y47 1 .• EPA-625/6-78-004 1 r8 299 727 ~
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50255 5477 I TV*4*t"NT, ayrtt?*V/ Crisis in the Workplace1Occupational Disease and Injury A Report to the Ford Foundation ~ Nfassachusetts Institute of Tecluiology Center for Policy Alternatives Nicholas Askounes Ashford The MIT Press ('ambridgc, Massachusetts, and London, England ~ 3 r nf:CtTPATIf1NAT. SAFFTY & HFAT.TH Af'T/ t ~ 3 4 4 l7 0 0~ r 4
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50255 5480 , 111A-; illii-r)ad1: 1j•.vOisf.:l3i ' j1 tr' - • .~ _... •..V ~L..~ v'1... .,.. : l__..... ...,.~ 0 30 40 0 0 a4 3, S E tr
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-t- 50255 5081 . CARBON MONOXIDE/DDT/POLYVINYL CHLORIDE/METHYLENE CHLORIDE/ IOCCUPATIONAL DISEASES/TOXICO?AGY/NOISE/RADIATION/INDUSTRIAL HYGIM" ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES. An Interdisciplinary Monograph Series/ : LUN --C CER--ENVIRO fENTAL CAUSES/ RA 1230 Cr 1975 Environmental Health Qi THE WORKER AND THE COMMUNITY © Second Edition Sponsored by Industrial Hcalth Foundation, Inc. Attsburgh, Pennsylvania EDITED BY LESTER V. CRALLEY AND PATRICK R. ATKINS 0 Departtnent ojHealtG and Environinent Aluminunt Compauy ojAmerica Pittsburgh, Penns,rlvania ACADEMIC PRESS New York San Francisco London 1975 A Subsidiary ojllarcourt l3race Jovanoviclt, Publishers .y : : industrial
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50255 5476 AMF:RICAN It DUSTRIAT. IiYMENE ASSOCIATION ! Nf1YfiF./INDUSTRIAL HYCLENPj SAFFTY .i•'EASI'RF.S/ ,OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AN7 11ALTH/AIR--Ai!AI.YSTS/ RADIATION, IONIZITIC/T.ASF.RS/FLECTP.O'yTACNETIC qPFCTRIR'/VTST!iLE LIrHT/ T ~ BASBtLv 55 ~ Am I 1975 ; BN®U ST Rqll' 0 A A i ~ ~ HYGBEIllu 0 3 4 0 n a 0 9 48 2 A TRAINING MANUAL By RICHARD S. BRIEF E70(ON CORPORATION MEDICAL DEPARTMENT RESEARCH AND ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH DIVISION LU/OEN. Ntw JE/ltar 071011 . .'~sa~-+tn1l a1m iYL4i.-a~ a-- - __'4
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-. - ~ 50253 5488 R.ef T 55 IndustL•ia1 Hygiene La n1. S~G~ a. ~.~a o. n, '}. C. -~ • ~ . U 3 0 4 0 6 0 4 4 94
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,'T • t1YVI E*f E/-- /~DOt ,f7~ ff~ AIR--P0LLUTIQN--•-C0NTR0I. EQUIPMENT/ 50255 5482 DUSTS--INDl1STRIAL AIvD-ENVLP.ONM-TAL ASpEC:SI'° r 1IQDif~!'RtAL° INDUSTRIAL VENTILATION A Manual of Tcccorrimended Praciice COi~1IMITTIJE ON INU:)S'I'RIAL VI:NTILA.TION .~ P. O. BOX 453 LANSING, A-IICH IGAN, 48902, U.S.A. ~ American Conference of Governmental Inclustrial Hygienists .~ .. ..,c,.r..~ 0 .3 il Q n i} o +4
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.~.,,. ., ----• --- _. _ _. __ CANCER--CAUSATION-•-tfY ENVIRONf1E'VTAL FACTORS/AIR--POW.UTION--CANCF.R/ SEN7.0(A)PYP.ENE/ lITROCEN OXIDES/IdATER--POLLUTION--'iEALTIi EFFECT/ASBESTOS/ VINYL CIILURIDE(C~4)/ CANCER--CAUSATION BY RADIATION/`1UTAGENICITY/ INDtfSTRaIL° HY[3IEN~/ WORLD HEALTH ORCANI7.ATION/ INTERNATIONAL ACENCY FOR RESEARCH ON CANCER/ INSTI'I11wATI02iAL DE i.A SANTE ET DE LA REC?IERCIIE '•ti:DICAT,E 26, ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION In AND vtARCIiilOGENIC RISKS 1976 Edited by Claude Rosenfeld and h'alter DAvis/ POLLUTION DE L'ENVIRONNEMENT ET RISQUES CANCEROGENES INSERM SYMPOSIA SERIES Volume 52 YIARC SCIENTIFIC PUBLICATIONS N° 13 4~ 0 0 nI ;G 01 4 9 4 S
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~,...,., I11~':"~*1t6~/INDUSTRIAL TOXICOLOGY/TOXIC SUBSTANCES CONTROL ACT/ 'j WATEB--POLLUTION/SAFE DRINKING WATER ACT/FEDERAL WATER POLLUTIOP.: CONTROL ACT/ASBESTOS/CANCER--CAUSATION BY CHEMICALS/LAWS & LEGISLATION/ REF Q 123 Mc 1978 b Q 123 Mc 1978 TOXIC SUBSTANCES I CONTROL SOURCEBOCK. EDITORS Alexander McRae The Center for Compliance Inlormation Leslie Whelchel The Center for Compliance Inlormation CONSULTING EDITOR Howard Rowland The Rowland Company 0 AN ASPEN PUE3LICATION O~~Qn0 0~496 U, S, "LAWS 4'LEGISLATION/ OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY & HEALTH/ THE CENTER FOR COMPLIANCE INFORMATION .*0
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I ~ TD i 897 Fa4+ircria: 8ygienc 50255 5494 1orac`.1, 'r'tnkal `.iATj:R TIS:AVj:XT FOR IhD4STrtIf.L &M, C'j.l3R 2ad cs1. 1961 il':; i 598 P.•..;;" Yan &-osLrtnd Rclfr.tcold Ho+ York C=pauy ~.~ , _~..._,. ._..,..-,..,.,.-,.-. _ ~ a
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50255 5479 _ . v'--INDUSTRI ENVIRONM RA 1230 Ch 1981 ! ~L TOXICOLOGYAN 4 ~61 .NTAL MONITORIN Chemical Hazards in the Workplace Manremeat and Contrd A C S S Y M P O S I U M S E R 1 E 5149 AMIRICAN CNIMICAL fOCi/TT MAtNINSTON. 0. C. 1el1 "0 0 n a 0 4 4 a S Gangadhar Choudhary, Eatrou National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health Based on a symposium sponsored by the Division of Chemical Health and Safety at the Second Chemical Congress of the North American Continent (180th ACS National Meeting), Las Vegas, Nevada, August 25-28, 1980. -0 _ ~ ._...~__.. sr+~'- , .. "7-~ ~~t~~ +~'~.;~,"'~~*.. , , . . r - ,- ~ . .
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,., .. .. . . . . _.... _...,,.,,,:.., . so25s s.es POLYVINYL CSLORIDE/IM STRIAI: HTOIEIQE/ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTfi/CANCER--BLADDER/ LEUKEMIA/ASBESTOS/OCCUPATIONAL DISEASES/POLYVINYL CHLORIDE--TOXICOLOGY/ RA the new ,~u~~gnatnonal 4~ health hazards 1975 papers presented at the , Icf International occupational health conference, 28-30 october, 1974, Geneva, Switzerland edited by charlesIevans©n secretary general _ _~-__ ____ ---,- --------~;-'--~_.--_-.___.---------------'----- -------~_...~._.__----~-___ 0 30 O n n o~ 4 9 5 . -~ s-w
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50255 5493 _ ~..,..~.. 4 1tADIATION, IONIZING--SAFETY MEASURES/NOISE/OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND HEALTH/ SAFETY GUIDES/ THRESHOLD LIMIT VALUES FOR CHEMICAL SUBSTANCES/ NATIONAL SAFETY COUNCIL OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND HEALTH SEREES/ T 55 Na 1979 ARCHER U U -at, "Um t. (0;-n) I Q(.-, %-- SGcond EdotGon 0 / Julian B. Olishitski, P.E., C.S.P. Editor-in-Chiol fVation,a! Safe-fty Council 0 3 n 4 n n 09 4 9 9 MA_
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.. . ..... ~:.. .. -s-~. . . i-.r. ........ . : f3~'.1• , ~. r+a,..-ra~.. .....,... 50255 5483 Goldman, Rrc,terick Herbert, 1904-- Chentical methods in industrial hyFicne cby, Frecier:,n H. Goldman iand, nlorris B. Jacobs. New York, Tncar- science Publis}:ers,1953. 274 p. 1IIus. 19 cm. (Intei-A:Sence m9nualy, 3) 1. Chemistry, Dledical and pbarmaceutlcnl-Laboratory r-ianuals. 2 industrial Hygiene. i. Jacobs, Morris t3orls, 1903- Jo:ct author. iL Title. RS40T.G6 331.822 53-12541 ; LtbraT of Congress ~ t121 ~= ---~ ---
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502S5 5478 TOGAC CANCER--CA 1SATION BY CHEMICALS/ ACETAMIDE,N-2-FLUOROENY- i DERIVATIVES/ ~ CARCINOGENS ~~or4 DIG04EUUM AND TECHNOL40GYIV/C• 261, C* i .r.+.oh.l.w .m& ..r ranoa. 1181IN INDUSTRYAND amm rAM r. auaartm.or. . THE ENYIRONMENT ~ Arimp ~.... -SpOKI NB--4mICT _ .Mf Na AIID IEATIIf AL,11S1LBENVIRONNENTAL CARCINOGENS/CANCER--CAJSATION BY ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS/ RADIATION ;IONIZING/AME -TYPE TESTING/POLYCYCLIC AROMATIC HYDROCARBONS/ ~ Allw~~ ~ Ima M soMam NMiMd COW WORM ~ ~ t,."` MARCEL DERRER, INC. 03 00a 004 48 4 I Nm 1Ml.I o.rl
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` PERI4DIwALS--BIBLIOGRAPI(Y/ 50255 Sa 87 ...~-. w .1 74 I Ins -- ~~ . ....._, ~...~,d. ~....s.~_... ... ,__ '' Tt~ternationa! ;C)~cupaticcial Safe:ty and Health Information Centre Centre international d'informations do s6curitL et d'hygiene du travail • Internationafes lnformationszentrum ftlr Arbeltsschutz VERZEICHNIS DER Ei FASS TEN ZEETSDHRu='rZ-N kIST OF PERiOD ' ICALS ABSTRACTED L''i: T'E DES rEP:0DlQUES DC-:--0U1LU-':S QenBve ' „`,Trr .... . -1 -_.:-..-.-.- r' •e ly,% . . . •....~....+_-.-•- ~....T.:...- 0~40n a'o 9 493 . .- ----z- . -r++.-.,_. ~.., - --w
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SOlnoS niq9T R}:':""'IlTIt1IV TC~Rt:c;CO--SiI(?I:E--AIP, P01,LU'LION/7Nf,t<SSTt*kL"t1YGIt:2{F,/ I nl`;TS--IN11!'.LAT?C+:1/IF:iiALATION/ASi3IiSTOS/AIR- YO1.Ll1'1'IOid--.'C1'3ACC0/ , Ai P.--POLLUTION/AI,L?:I:GENS/SILICOSIS/RF.SPII',ATORY ORGAIIS--DISEASES/i'. AISrASES,OCCUPATIO:VAL/ENVIi:ONMENTAL HEALTH/AEROSOLS Clinical Aspects of I1ihaled Particles ~ F. A. DAYLS COMPANY, Pjuladelphra l f(g~~ne/ .. ....-. . . - . ......., r . L ~~~ ..iiL ~.~?.. ~~•..~.rl~ . t:-.w...a... t:_~ •..~'~.~.. .. : t.e.'!.- , ~ f ,..-_ ..~..a :+,~ ...~..., -~.y.•...- • . J 3 t10 n u t) )498 Edited by D. C. F.111uir, PhD A1RCP fftad of Pl;y sioloq Brunrh, h1sNrurt of e oeeupaiinnul .11e•dicint, faiOtngh Hou. Con3ultanl Phpician, City Ifospital, Edinburth -"4 -:• : a~a-ry• ~ . . >. ~- . _ . ___.. __.. __._...-......-...W.....~--....-. -•----
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RA 445 Sc 1981 TOBACCO--SMOKING--HEART, EFFECT ON/ PARTICULATES/ INDUSTRIAL HYGIENE/OCCUPATIONAL DISEASES/AIR--POLLUTION--HEALTH EFFECT/ /tdOISE/RADIATION, IONIZING/DUSTS/NOISE/CORONARY RISK FACTORS/SCREENING/ Occupational Health Practice t(SMOK N6 &I HEALTH/ Second Edition Edited by R.S.F. Schilling, CBE.MD,DSc,FRCP,FFCM,FFOM,DPH,DIH Emeritus Professor of Occupational Health University of London B~,JTT~RWO~"{TN © 3 tl 0 ~ i~ Lt~nd' -iA o (dns • Sydney - Wellington - Durban - Toromto ~_~___ _ .-------- ~ .. -r _ . ..
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50255 5498 E ASSOCIATION I )MMISSION >(motion) Oti E.E Editor; Series I IMOCIATION -I'E!: v 'r~)• (Deceased) 6e A/L A ~ r:a -cs s Irc t"Lt~TjralY /t RDS LOloyl TOxv co.' oG.y~.PisR;riCL,E' 2 /~."+e /1t KRE~tlE'w7-1PARri rrI- ES - - .4 %e !'®,c.r.f ~:e,+v--A,v':1.cyr:f ~/LTRpriON/ L ~;~c //l S OSGOwy/ Particie Size Anaiysss in Industrial Hygiene LESLIE SILVERMAN, 1914-1966 Late Professor of Engineerin,q in Environmental Hygiene Harvard University School of Public Health Boston, Massachusetts CHARLES E. BILLINGS President, Billings & ctrssman, Inc. Waltham, Massachusetts MELVIN W. FIRST Professor of Environmental lJealth Engineering ltrvaV Ur~)~ersijp Sc%yol oi Public Health ro Ma{~achp~etr v 'is / ?7i
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~..«r... .~ 50255 5491 . 7- QD AIF--FOLLUTIO?1--~i1;ASL'RI;?iP:NT/INIiALATION/PARTICLE SIZE A iI7PE" ;'i/ 549 Tlc L1i:yGS--INIiALED PARTICULA-T-aS/----_.-_. --- 1973 ~a~ r®C.~~ ~~~y~vr.,.~`©~~l,,,~, .~~/ ,, AMERICA.*1 WDUSTRIAL HYCIENE ASSOC(ATIOil w.7 ih.% .i.{. !.* ,' ~1~,,~' and U. S. ATOMIC ENERGY COhIIdISSION y y~ ~~~r,R±~ ~ ,o~. €J~r~., (Office o[ I:dormation Services) rtlAB. 6.tirs t~, V~ 11fONOGRAPH SERIES ON THOMAS T. MERCER Deportment of Radiation Biology and Biophysies The Unirersity of Rochester Rochester, New York : WD~J.~`~9tIAL HYGIENE WILLIAAi E. MCCORMICK, Afattagitlg Editor AMERICAN I\DUSTRIAL HYGIENE ASSOCIATION PrepareJ under the direction of the American Industrial Hygiene Association for The Office of Information Services, United States Atomic Energy Commission ACADEMIC PRESS New York and London 1973 A Subsidiary of Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, Publishers _..,.._~._......r...~. _.:_..,..._.._...~.p .~...,._,.~ , .~. 0 3 0 4 n 0 0 ? 419 7 ve TTC 7~ Z . ..--.r..- . ~.... .,r .
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~..M.~_ . , - ..~ .-. SAFETY I4EASURES/I 50255 Ififorrnouon Shcettiforms part of the service to CIS subscribers and /s issu!d by uie 74 I In3 (pternatlonal ~upat(onal Safety and Health Information Centre (C/S) ~' `1n'ternauonai tabour Office. Geneva. Switzerlond jplEiTNG TANKS AND OTHER ENCLOSED ST'ACF-S .(CIS Information Sheet,llbid, 6) fig&COE.AR SAWS. (CIS Information Sheet, Hroz, 7) jLEItbtE SkrIA'C DOORS AND AIR CURTAINS (CIS Information Sheet, Hbac, 8) JFSFIRATORY PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT. (CIS Information Sheet, Tiz, 9) CS OF MACHINE CUARDING.(CIS Information sheet, Jz Pym Svk, 10) ~~~IAL j,$GtITING IN FACTORY AND OFFICE (CIS Information Sheet, Ssrtp, 11) 54e6 MENT AND INDUSTRIAL SAFETY ACHIEVEMENT (CIS Information Sheet, Vap Vov, 13) FACTORS AND SAFETY. (CIS Information Sheet, Puw:sl(056), 15) ISE IN INDUSTRY. (CIS Information Sheet, Bik, 17) kFIT TEARS OF INTERNATIONAL COLLABORATION IV OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND HEALi'K, I f (C S In ormation Sheet, Z: sh(t)2), 19) &OIFi]!G (CIS Information Sheet, Bbg jwam, 20) (~SER BEAriS. (CIS BIBLIOCRAPHY OF L B h 8) ' , q , , ~T OF OCCUPATIONAL ACCIDENTS AND DISEASES. THE ~ONO~tICS OF SAFETY AND HEALTH. (CIS BIBLIOGRAPHY, Yom, 7) 0 3 0 4 n~. U~4 9:t s. ....~~ 1 • ~ - - - - - -_ _---__... _. --- -
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I T OCCUPATIONAL IIEALTH/1NDU3ftiXt, SYOIOtISAFETY MEASURES/ 55 ISOPROPYL ALCOHOL/ St VI$! lGvRA?li1C vATA 1. N.eport :1n, !2, 1976 s'1~-~r I NTGSil-76-142 I s. ~itl,~ .n~ s6r,t~tle CCZT;2'kiA POit A ILCCO:Q0:DCU STtiiDA&D.... OCCUI'ATI02.AL E:0'OSUT.E TO ISOPROPYL AI.C0a0L T. Autbot( j 9. Petforaios (1ro:raizatioa Name and 3Jdress Stanford Research Institute 'Sen1a Park, California 12. 5jwasorin; Or6anization Name and liddtess Vational Institute for Occupational Safety and Ilealth 4676 Colur.l~ia Parkvay ~ . Cincin.-t,ati, Ohio 45226 5. I;e frtt Date ?iarch 1976 t)• F'ertornin6 UrRanization Kepi No. 10. F'roject/1'ask/1;'ork Unit No 11. Contract/Graat No. 13. Type of Keport 6t ! eriod Covered 14. Q Stindftd &si(!Pec0to j3roqc[5he0ca&th and safety of e-,Tloyees exposed to propyl _ ~ ~ alcohol for up to a 10-hour vorkday, 40-hour iaorl:wec:: over a workfn.a lifctim. Con-- ; pli:.nco Wth all Fectioa3 of the atand; rd shouid prevcnt .^.drerao etfeca of ir.on.cpy1 15. Supplcmentary Notes I 13. Abstncts
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am" RA 576 Na 1975 50255 5485 /IN!}ITSTitZAI:` 11YGIENII/ AIR--POLLL•TION/ /AIR--POt.T.liTION--EIBLIOGP~,\PHIT:S / /AIR--POLLUTIOy--HEALTIi EFFECT/OCCUPATIONAL DISEASES/ /POLLUT T 0:1--TO}:I COLOGY / Inctustrial llc;ilth 11a•r.ards nuC to moshhcric Factors AZihliofirahhy with Ahstracts NAtiOnll Tcchnical Informat iun Service I:lizahcth A. 1larrison 5285 Port Royal Road KCr,,,~ l,,t, Snrinhficlcl, Virgiiiia 22161 Janu~rv, 1`)75 0 3 0 0 n a 09 44 1 -0
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RI•f n1RF.C'Tt)Ril:S/SAEETY ENGINEERING/ knonow Q 144 1977 4. Title and Subtitle OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND HEALTH DIRECTORY 7. Author(s) r 50255 5503 ~ E~yetplent/s < s o I S. IhRJlepo~rt D!!/at ~7e May 1977 a 6. 8. Performing Organization Rept. No. 9. Performing Organization Name and Address 10. Projeet/Task/Work Unit No. &fNational Institute for Occupatt ona2 Safety and Health 4676 Co1 umbia Parkway Ill. Coatract/Graat No. Cincinnati, Ohio 45226 16. Abstracts This is the 36th annual issue of the "Occupattonal Safety and itealth ~ Directory" compiled and published by the National Institute for Oceupational Safety and Health. This Directory lists the names, t.itles, addresses, and telephone numbers of key personnel in NIOSH, OSHA, and the Review Corrrrtission. Also listed are governor-designated and other State agencies as woll as local agencies responsible for worker safety and health. ' I F f
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I 50255 s502 .1. 55 Un 976 SAFETY MEASURES/ENVIRONMENTAL HEAL'i'H/INDUSTRUL.HYGIE CRITEftIA FOR A RECOMMENDED STANDARD.... OCCUPATIONAL £XPOSURE b. T01FORMALDEIiYDE 7. Author(s) SH-77-]2b 9. Per(orminR Organisation Name and Addresa Deoartment of Environmental and Industrial Health S hool of Public Health YtJniversity of Michiaan ,- HSM-99-73-31 12. Sponsoring Organization Name and Address ' 13. Type of Report & 1'e / National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health 'i Covered 1b.Abscraccs This criteria document presents recommended standards for occupationa exposure to formaldehyde. Criteria presented are designed to protect against in from formaldehyde; allow measurement by valid, reproducible nrocedures.available industry and official aszencies; and be attainable by using existing technology. of formaldehyde exposure include aqueous solutions such as formalin, and fornald. yielding substances such as trioxane, paraformaldehyde, polyoxymethylene, and he methylene tetramine. Recommendations are vrovided.for monitoring of workplace a: labelina and nostine of hazardous materials, personal protective equipment and c. work practices and engineering controls and sanitation methods. Also covered art b,~olo 4ic~ 1 ~ffe te of x~ ure,~~ nv~'onmental data, and occupational research pr Pdr rsil~ld4hyc~~. (~Th~~se9ti4~ o`R w3rk ur.actices includes information on injury t vention, eye protection, skin protection, various kind ...,,.s r....z 1976 8. F'crforming Organizat No. 10. Projcct/7asfc/Work 11. Contract/Grant No.
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_., ...~-,.,~...a....P,~ _ _ .. . . .. , . ... --_,.,U . ~. j- •-- _ • 50253 $301 ~--. Industrial Hygiene, - 'C~1`•'f. ..TC?:n 77. (U. .ri. Advieoy.y Co=ittta, BvvS..roarpaIIC33 j•Q1.1uC'Lc:il 'Yanel (c:hA%Yjac)) on nrST~ia ^..c...•. r;.tt ~~t ~~ ~r., ~' ~/i j L~ti+'~ •• .~. .. n..... •T.t~A Gwa.•A.tl L..E ~Va'iL~i i vl\ ~~a1 Y._...~.~:i...i 1965 317 p;tQea . 0 3o il ~~ il tl 7Si 0 7
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, 50255 5499 IIiDlh4'"4'~14~ WQZPN6/THRESHO! D LIMIT VALUES (TLV' S)/ TOXICOLOGY--ACUTE TOXICITIES/TOXICITY--CIIEMICAL CO"iPOU"1DS/ Q 123 Si 1979 ~ 4 Y ~ : F E 1 F F E' C T S ®r # 1: IND'U'Si"bQAL CHEMKCALS a 31 Marshall Sittig NOYES DATA CORPORATION p;lr, -j ! 030 0 0 0 0 950 S Park Ridpe, New Jersey. U.S.A. 1979
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50255 5507 / 6 Contract No. W-7405-eng-26 _ ORNL/TM-5722 T 55 Bo 1977 HI;ALTII DIVIS ION ~Andustrial Rygiene Department ~ MATERIALS VSAF ETY DAT SHEETS THE BASIS FOR CONTROL OF IC CHEMICALS OR VOLUPiIs' II N. E. Bolton Date Published: May 1977 E. E. I:etclien W. E. Porter C. L. Hunt V OAI: RIDGE NATIONAL LABORATORY . Oak Ridge, Tennessee 37830 operated by UNION CAkB1llE CORPORATION or~~ lie Q EN>'~RG>~ RlOEA1~CIi~N llL•VI:LOPTfENT AI)MINISTRATION _. a~~~ . ~ . . ~ . .
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. ...- _ ~....,,.. n. _...~ ~.,.. _. ,..,..., . .. 50255 5471 I'W ^ ~ ENVIRONrIFidTAL HEALTH/ POLYVINYL CHLORIDE/AIR--POLLUTION--BIBLIOGR~IPI-iIES/ ' ~ " 7 //c`ASBESTOS/TOXICOLOGY--BIBLIOGRAPIiIES/PESTICIDES--TOXICOLOGY/3. Reeipient's Accession'No. . • /7/i/` , '/ - . ,i ~ 4. Title and Subtitle Ir.dustc.tal, H~a1~h:,l~siz.,~r.4~a•; ~Qusr., to:-~ltwospheric7aN.1 Factors - (11 gi~~f~Sa*y~hh c;*#~h AAstracts) ^~f i i^~ ~ 7. Author(s) J( Elizabeth A. Harrison ! . , 9. Performing Orgar.ization Name and Address ~ T gational Technical Information Service 5285 Port Royal Road Springfie_Z_d, ,vi:g:nia 221~1 : L . NTIS/PS-75/80Q S. Report Date , ~~October, 1975 ~ 6_.L w l"t~'~ , 8. Perforrniag Crganization ,:epr. No. 10. Project/T.sk/Work Unit No 11. Contract/Grant No. I 112. Sponsoring Organization Name and Address 13. Type of Report & Period S Co.ered 15. Supplementary Notes i ~ Supersedes NTIS/PS-75/022 .1970 - June 1975 The bibliography contains abstracts of research reports covering such tcpics as industrial medicine, occupational diseases, health of miners, and che toxico}ogica,l factors pf var ous pollutants. S me pollutants include are itang~dx(ese,r"rador,klsilicon dioxide, ~plosives, asbesr•os,,-'~at1,~ u,' alladium, p lyvinyl chloride, v'nicl(~1,3p0c~itl~e={~rc{~r~ri6ht,l~stics and var..adium. (Contains `1202 abstracts) ~' ''0 -IV _, ~..,~.. s,.~..
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50255 5508 76 I In2 t~' -i L`,.' `' wi1t~#~ ' L{TMAY:l2C ACiS i i A C T S i MYS".0NrAENT:a ,.A ND ~~ -cCCvA' I A Za. •ji~..~~kt~_..~~~,.. kt~ AIiD ~ S~.FciY Nws ~ ~ JULY 1975 E~~~~ ' ~~ ~~ W(~ ~ VOLUME 39, N0. 7 1~ l.~[! ItJDUSTtttAl HEALTH FOUNDATION, INC. 5231 CENTRE AVENUE • PITTSBURGN, PA. 15232 0 J n Q n i) Q9 S ,.- 4 .4
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\ / i I I i I _._-__..,...•~...~.,-...--..-.-. - 50255 SS06 1-_i.«..~..:«~.«.. -..-._ ...--_.~.._... . .._.-. ~«.-. ..~ -. _ _.-... - . .. .-_-. •- DIVI~Ol8~1RAL SCIEACE A1fD TEC8110LOGl, A NILE!-I!RlRSCIEl/CE SEBILS 0! 1't:I!'S i !'bl10GRAt83/I1fDOSrRIAL '1+OZIcmOf:Y/ itA?E8--3TAl1AARDS/AIB--PQLLOrI0l1--STA1fVJp$/ A83iaT08/Sfp[I11C i AEALTS/TOSA=0° Z8 iE!!~ /HIG@-1ISx 6MPS/ Methodological Approaches ~nvironmental to Derivj~~d~Oc pa~onal pational ~"~!fi Health tandards Edward J. c labre88, Ph.D. / Oivislon of Public Health University of Massachusetts Amherst. Massachusetts A M/ll.y-Intaselenc. PubNcation JOHN WILEY i SONS Ch{ch.st.r Brisbane Toronto New York
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Contract No. 210-75-0064 R. E. Bales, Consultant Tracor Jitco, Inc. Rockville, Maryland 20852 affl Rehil" Public Health Service Center for Disease Control National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health Division of Surveillance, Hazard Evaluations, and Field Studies Cincinnati, Ohio 45226 An Iuuiastrxec2 HYBient 3ulroey of FTorkeW ExpoburE in Fonr- Facilities_ ,~
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1 502SS SS09. 1 ~~ ~ ~~ ~ Q m~I. ~~iQr. ./'~`'~ .. .2Qx,&. ~~ecl,l~. XXIS MeB9-81 C Industriath~tgie~i~ tvbtuatio~=-t~#` thermat"~`e'~radation~ ~~1~J , productw-#romP ,V~Q film- in- meat-vurappingg operationsp* WARREN A. COOKA Professor Emeritus, The University of Michipan, Ann Arbor, MI 48109 A number of studies have been made of potential hazards to employee health in meat wrapping departments of supermarkets. Most comprehensive are those conducted by the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) and its organizational predecessor, the Bureau of Occupational Safety and Health, U.S. Department of HEW, over the six years through 1977. An initial report"t concluded that "[hpre appear !o be no apparent health hazards presented by PYC film fumes generated in meat wrapping to normal healthy persons employed as meat wrappers." micro furnace were identified by N1OSH,"" but in order tc determine just what substances the meat wrappinj operators were exposed to, there was a need for identification of all degradation products of significance from hot-wire film cutting and a determination of the amount of each substance produced. This basic information has been provided through a research project that is the subject of a paper"' in this issue of AI HAJ. 0 300n 00 9S. 1 5 - '
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50255 SSta H tiar_4h, 7..;aire r, PG'L1'l:tL'.RY ar'MSITIO`t ANQ RETE'ililcS:+i aF It::-iAL£i) t.EFDSOLSz by 'LliQS,dora Fo Hatch and Paa2 Crosuv Zr.dustrSal ayG:eng Fionobreph Sarie4e 1964 192 po Acadenlc I'zQss 1Z,3x York o 3 nO no 0 9 5 2 0
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\ I I 4 50255 5505 SOLV)7.'T:i/1'i?STICIPrS--TO::I:.C1?.~ INDUSTRIhL }IYGIEa.:/ kA 1{1:.I:~1'1!I I:~:3, ,t 445 Xi 1::1R1,)' DETECTION i)V 1974 ' t n('C'l?I'A'1'f0\.iL 11A ZA.1,))S ~,.., t "i'1v ~ '' F.I))'I'la) BY 13~1RR~' ).. JOIINSO.1 f3++l~~~•ior:,1 Stuoic; L:.Lur.ltory Cl1A);1.ES XIN"1':1RAS 13:•hwimal ar.il \I(,;ivaliuual Factor.; Rranch ){uhavioral Sluclicq Jaboratory I)i%.i!:irnl of La!>oratori" and Criteria ))evc•I:,pmuci+i ati!+nal lnslilctc foi (lccupational Cafvtv and ltrhaviorul nnd Mulivational Faclurs Rr:a:ch N 1)ivision of L1bor.iloric•, and ('riteria I)cvclolr.ne.-nt Ntttio:~a) lnstitutc for Cccut,uliol 1a1 S::(c..v ancl ]lcait;~ I))C J~' (,ROOT O1 i}I:~11,I71, 1:L'UTAT)U`, dr \`.'LLI-A):E ~~1'ubtic :l6At!i Scryirc• {'.c•ntcr tl+r Co91.roI i•::+ti+,nacl lustitcsle !or Ccrul.alioiiai Safety and I1c.llh wv l^74 Yr .H. (•. a. S•q+Nr..ni.nt el b.:.r: ~n4!1 ~. Ge . M.r~I 1'..nunr fAl.... ~..A..._..n. U.C. ,Ot07 0 3 n o n o 0 9 s 1 1 /
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50259 5520 TJ 230 In 1978 ARCHER . ~ 18th Edition ~ VOL. 1, No. 103 VOL. 2, iro, 103 INFOMM-tOi+tHEADQt2A-RTERS, Iw0:4 2601 West 16th Street - P.O. Box 257 Broadview- Illinnis f0153 ---------.., ....-•-•- -- •-- c3 ~ t~ 0 n 0 47 ~5 a 6 - ~'.'" . ....
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ow .4.. y . ~. ~.Ir1YM~ 50255 5513 I _ .~.m.--.- _ . . _ _.,,......~ Medical Series: ~tj1ll~tin ?dn. Ifl. Irc{Lk5trici Hygiene Fourcka#vum o-; America. 7r~. FWfiY5EMA IN 3NDllS?fjY, SYMF051U..M. ~TYxlustrial Nygi ene rwncl~t«n o5 fhrer;ca, , 0 3 ~ 4 n+l 49 y 1 9 . ,
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.- ~,.~... 50255 5524 1'S 1105 Y 1 . . . _ .. . . . . . , _ y.. .. .~t~- -' ir'eL,tE;rn tiiciii6an Coilete, Inaustria:, lectures on paper and Napcrbos_z-d convertiaE;. New York, Tiie i.ockzrocxi Tmde ,: os:- nal Co.; 1954. 192 p. 28 cm. 0:S C~ 1~ r1 4l 0 91 Si 3 U
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/LISRARIES--SERV2CES/ ,%f SCt1fNCK 1H1rOL4AT14N 3EttVIwES/*tANAGEMENT--INFORMATION SERVICES/ Z * ~- -; AW-1"'" 699 - i ~~ ~. r- I v - L F '~ ~ ' " % A Manual for Higher Managements and Their Information Of ficer/Librarian Associates Eugene B. Jackson ; University of Texas at Austin ~ d an S craudsurg Pti Uonnspvana A f Ruth L. Jackson ~ S Vyith~ Chapter by R6beft A. Kennedy llowden, Hutchiiyn 6& Ross, Inc. t
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50255 5519 Lloydia 39 (1) 3-19 (1976) 7 7 76 II Re 77 The Industrial Importance 9~~Ionoterpeneso S .P . 2- anO.Awsential (3ils' , ROBERT E. ERICKSON Givaudan Corporation, Clifton, N.J. 07014 ABS'rRAcT.-The plant essential oils are used industrially as I) components or compounded flavors and fragrances, 2) as sources of terpenoid chemicals, and 3) as taw material for chemical modification. Examples of commercially important oils in these categories are 1) mint and citrus oils, 2) pine and eitronella oils and 3) cedar- wood and vetivcr oils. The sources, economics, industrial chemistry and biochemistry of these oils are discussed and related to the chemistry of industrial terpenoid materials from petrochemical sources. In addition, the chemistry of a few of the more exotic members of the first category is discussed. • The subject of our symposium today is "Natural Flavors and Odors". The no^:en clat;:re in this field is somewhat confused and I would like to tp.ke a moment to define the words, "flavor" and "odor", as I will use them. F irst of *all. I define flavor a-, a combination of taste and odor. The taste and odnr r-f
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~...~.,., NOISE. POLLUTION/01)ORS--MF.ASURF.ME:NT/RAT)IATInN;' IONIZING/AIR--POT:T.UTION--CONTROL/ HEAT STRF.SS/SAFF.TY MF.ASURES/POLi.UTI0N CONTRQT./ Patty'§Andustriak. Hygiene v ~ a4t#Toxifology4t THIRD REVISED EDITION Volume 1~ j~ ~> 9!~~i L't /~ 0 9 GENERAL PRINCIPLES GEORGE D. CLAYTON FLORENCE E. CLAYTON A WILEY-lNTERSCIENCE PUBLICATION JOHN WILEY & SONS, New York • Chichester Q 3 0 4 n o 0) S 2 4 50255 5518 • Brisbane • Toronto
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50255 5527 ~ 73 III ^e1-76 ~ Sp~ P. , ~ II`II;i15'CRIe1~, ~,I.i'~.EQ~' P:NJ~it14f 3-aa-7s -n(ERGY SYSTEM MODELINIG a.\'D FOP.ECASTLIG Kenneth C. Hoffman Brookhaven National Laboratory I and . ~ David 0. Wood Teo~acrio~ir ~As4MSebNwtLts. Iltsti"zltte~,Vu Energy Laboratory Enerj:;y Laboratory Working Paper No. 75-013T.'P ; ~ J (l Q fl ~ o I ~ -_ . .
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.. , SACNUSEI7S +INSTI?U?E OF TECHNOIAGY, 76 I Ma 50255 5526 ~ The inant Role of Usera in tbe ~entifi stru.ent Innovation Proceas. ~ by Eric von 11ippel Jan ` , 1975 ~ sI'P tracts of Theses, Dept. of Cbesistry, 1974 ,k-&-75 _Abstracts of Theses, Dept. of Cheaical Engineering, 1974. 4-7-75 1 1 I ~ 3 a 0 ~ ~ 0 9 -5 3 2 < . -- - ... _._.~....._._....,...,..,...._..__ ..__.-__.._ _. . .- - -
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lU6mt"*ft.tiltwilL`Nij/nCCUPATIaNAL 1)1FF.A.ShSj~,i-~:JKiNC AND Itt:.'ll.?iI/ S0Z'SS 5504 'f0i1ACC.(3--SMOKING--Hf:ALTH EFFECT/ FLUOROCAEGnUNS/ 74 X We RJR CLASS N0. PAt•4'IILET 74 X We Wegman, D. it. ; Peters, J. M. (Harvard Sch. Public Health, Kresge Cent. Envircn. Health, llLp. T'hysio., velvet The production process included the application of a fluorocarbon polymer. Seven of 13 employees reported symptoms of cough, fever, chilis, aching and weakness, and 4 reported shortness of breath. Those with the syndrome, kientiGed as polymer fume fever, were all smokers, whereas most of those without symptoms were nonsmokers. Since currng temperatures were too.low to produce toxic ~ *1974, No. 17, w 7160* *d* ~ ~ .~ , Tobacco medicir,e: Eoston, Mass., U. S.) POLYtIER FU:fE FELrEP. A,~'D CIGARETTE SMOKING. Ann. Int. ried. 81 (No. 1) 55-57 (1974) (in English) An outbreak of an infiuenza-like syndrome occurred In a pyrolysis products, It is belfeved that exposure was via Massachusetts textile mill producing imitation crushed contamination of cigarettes. The temperature of burning cigarettes, 875'C, was sufficient to produce the pyrolysis products responsible for the symptoms of polyrner fume fever. Work practices were changed to require hand washing before smoking, and no illness was subscquently reported. Polymer fume fever.should be included in the differential diagnosis of fevers of unknown origin in working persons.
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30259 3529 76 I Ma-79 Massachusetts Institute of Technology INDd'ST`R`TAL"'"' L°IAISOtP PROGRA?C ~YMPOS~; ~~if 5P1EIii@ 3ERIE9f + Special Summer Programs Announcement 0 3 0 0n a 09 5 3 5 S 1 r
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I / 1 1 a r . K.`~0. . 1 1 --- -- -- ---- 50255 5531 ' . 1/~ ~°1'iC^" l~lafi!on'') Jta~~C'.i~~f1 r~~ii~~ ~JI' V . V / .~ i l • . ~: 1 .A V .. .. ... r.. ~ r~ r":.r n= j f% [ a'71 1A; ~ " e. ;,, RP-7' ~ . Sponsor ~ I 1 soc:E. i _ ppproved March 31,1965 1 ~ Reafiirmed June 2G,1970 : RI,"rRiCAlv NATICi:ML STANDARDS liVSTiTUTE Pub{ishcd by tLLUM1hATiNG ENGiNEERING SOCIETY 345 East 47th Street, t{m York, n.Y.10017 i i O 3 l! O 1` tI Q 7 5 3 7 / I
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50255 5528 n~ trI Mu., Author: *iassachusetts Institute of Technolory *z TITLE: MF)U.STRIAL 3>IAISOH PROGRAM - PUBLICATIQbTS ~YMhqSIA., etc._, AND MIT LIBRARY TACILITILS.~ vo Indexing: Author/Title/LIBRARIES/ " \~\..1 IV - I , 0 3 il 0 n a 0 ') 9 3. 4
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--~ .---~---- . _.. .____..~ ~..~.~.. . M . . : ~.: SO?yS 9~1• . DIRECTORIES--AMERICAN PiANUPACTURERS/DIRECTORIES--U. S./ PUBLICATIONS/ TRADENAMES/ REF 1977 U. S. INDUSTRIAL DIRECTORY Q 147 4 volumes: Ca 1977 I. INDUSTRIAL TELEPHONE/ADDRESS DIRECTORY INDUSTRIAL TRADE NA.;E DIRECTORY IL INDUSTRIAL PRODUCT DIRECTORY- A--M III. INDUSTRIAL P$,O6I'CT DIRECTORY- N--Z IV. INDUSTRIALKITERATL'RE DIRECTORY(CatafoRs & Technical Bulletins by Industrial Product Category (A-Z) o~ o Q 0 0 0 7 S 4 a I
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50255 5525 CANCER--CAUSATION/ RL•'V1L'W nl' P1"1'IIUI) PUIt ASSI~:.`iS]NC 17IE1~;/1RCINOC~I;N1C 11A%Altl)S FRO'ri QAL-US I NC ENERGY 1'l?C:I ItiOIAG] 1:S ~ . r Abstract BY JAMES GRUHL 76 I Ma-78 This report contains material relevant to the development of methodologies for evaluat-in,^, the cancerr risks associated with atmospheric pollutants from coal coml>ustion and conversion processes. Information is presented on methods and sources (1) of rep,ressi.on analyses in this field, 'and (2) of physically significant simulation mechanisms, including potential functional modules of sucli mechani:.•ms, particularly those mndules dcalini; with energy facility cmi:.•si.on char.acterizations, atmospheric dispersion, acrochemistry, population exposure patterns, and carcinogenic do.e-response studies. In addition to l.istini;s of several key references and bibliographies in these areas, there is a discussion of sorae of ~ the research in progress, the urgency of the situation, and some of the barriers to the development and dissemination of timely results. IKDUSTIfW. LIAISOq PROGPJ[Dd`.,iq Ackno ed megts_ n l,~ (j U 0 9 S __T.hoIpp<d~i~ng for_ this development.work wa.s provided by unrestricted 8ifts
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50255 S537 Ansofl', H Inor. Corporate strategy; an analytic approach to bo5i • polic:y for tiron th and expansion tbyl 11. Igor Ansoff. :, York, DfcGraw-Ilill E19651 xti, 211 p. ilius. 22 cm. Bi bltography : p. 2::7-236. 1. Industrial management. i. Tltle. Iill31.A58 .j 658 ~ Lit•rary ot Congress ii-li '7" 0~ t~ 0~k 1a 4 a x
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50255 5533 - R . 147 Ca 1g71~,-~Pr;N 1945Volumes: ARCNER S "o~~• +~ v,Y lY,f ca ~ ~ g 74 1975 U.$. tnallUst7 ial ~:g . . . . ~..,e...~..~ x_YZ•DUSTRIAL TF.LEP110tIE/ADPRESS DIRECTORY PRODUCT DIRECTORY (A-M) IE1 DUSTP ''t'R£ DIRFCTOFX IV-IND~lSTR1~4b LITERA Bulletins by Industrial Product CateCory A-Z);SSKrr~ IVIS . . II_IN ECTORY (N-Z) IAL PRODUCT DIR •XII-IhDUSTR (Catalogs and Techni Z cp A .uWed~on '20o s"rn.r Sl . swoae. Ct osaOS . 705-727•2•S0 c~)WJ+~' ~~u!"~' UT n 0 0 9 3 y :Sw .Iv-: "I
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50259 sSJs ~..~.~ ,~~~}NII~~tI~/ ~tIWk;F~~t:. MAiuk r,Tl* RE3L'AKC21, LNDi"S 1K1AL--NEtJ PRODUCT PLAN:dING/ INIVOVATIO:d/ HD 69 Ad 1967 PDDL , . A -New Orientation Edited by , Lee Adfer ~ Simon and Schuster ~ New York ; 0 3~. phit; L An fnterpublic Press Book ~ ,..~.... Qn , a 0 a') 4 1 Plotting Marketing Strategy
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f. 50255 553e Anthony, Robert N \fana~croent controls in industrial research organizations tby, i P.obert N. Anthony, assisted by J,~hn S. Day. Division of Itesearch, Cirar,uate School of Business Admin- istration,lIar~ard University, 1952. rcitf, 5,37 p. illas. 2'L cm. Rib:fography: p. 513-521. 1. Research, Industrial. 2. Industrial management. r. Titte. T1i5.A58 (7) G07 Library of Crnq-*e.&s (53d=1% UJ ) 5 44 ~.,.._. - T15r,'~-.r _ _„
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s02ss 5539 1 T 16 r 76 ~uXWJSTAIAL rurtACEMW/ RUSSELL D. ARCHIBALD Bendix Corporation Managing High-Technology Programs and Projects A WILEY•INTERSCIENCE PUBLICATION , JOHN WILEY & SONS, New York . London . Sydney . Toronto
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50255 5523 ~ r:ckman, Dctr.l!d P j~/ I12dtl:~tri;;l 1l2strUiaCilt:1t1o1L New Torh, Wiley E .1. 30ti P. 12tu3. 2^ crn. 1 t 1 ; 1. Physical measurements. 2. Physical lnstruu-.ents. i. Title. I Q (r3 :.l. 530. ..1s Librnry of Cuesres.s ` ~ 132i=71 .!V'-.) 06, i 0 :3 ,lo n (, O 9529 e - Y
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..,., _ ~...w.. 50255 5522 9 I~1FlilfiTi.IAi:' IIv^.tU': aTlb`'S' - THEIR C'rLt?.ACT'r'RISTtCS AhD THEZR SCIk:iTTPIC AND TECHNICAL ItaPOFL'~LUTION y RBASES.., MyerS, SuMnet ;NDU5TN1AL- /MdOVHT[OA15 - 2'MEtR WAMGrAR- T,,STICS ANU ?'RrlR SCIENTIFZC AND TUO1CAL YN'FORMAT7.GN $ASF~S. Cl 3 0 () 11 0 tl 9 :)* 2 g
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tilbers, Henry llerr.ian, 191 t.l- Pric:ciuk~s of ors;anization and mtlr„ger..ent H. ITctlrc H. Albel-s. 2d ed. New York, J. lVil-q t1Jta51 iti, 676 p. 24 cm. Yreriously published under title: Organiz~~t executive nctbn. Includes b:bliogrnphical references. 1. Management. 2. Industrial managemenk S. Esecutives. L Title. HD31.A354 1965 f' ~ 658 i ~' Library of Congress 17-11 U 3 0 0 ~1 U i~ L~ ~ 4 2 65-192ei:
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- r....~,,. . 50255 5542 1131 t1'J68) 1t1, 441 p. forms. 24 eni. "The Yhuae 0 instrument." tdke, Robert Foj?crs, .9I3- B I Corporate excellence Jiagnc„i:~ [by, Iic,Lert 7Z. Bl::ke ~: t Jane :~rygley Jfouton. -lustin, Tex., Sc;e;itific 1. IndustrIal macagemeat. r. 'Moaton, Jane Srygle,v, joint au- thor. u. Title. i i HD38. B575 6:;5 G8-55641 Lihrary of (:on;rcss A . ., ..... .,.r __,
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HD 38 Bu 1976 - ~Ibw~ . 0 0 . 50255 SSt1S, SUCCESSFULVf'RINTING ,ANAGEMENT INMSTIlIAL NANAGEMENT.# Edited by James F. Burns, Jr. Printing Impressions , ~ North tlmcrican Puhlish. ing Company • Philadclphia L ~~ ee I~ 0 3 0 0 n 0 09 S 5 1 . i
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50255 S544 ItvNtlVaT,'_Oa/CREATIb'E THINKINGIMANAGEMENT--PLAN?iING/-° ~ TwAusn'mL ~A3~tSLLMEk~F/R~SE.^.ECEi TNiIVCTRTF,L/Ri;SIPJi.S.°i AI3i•SINIS T.^.ATION/ ZNFORMAiIO:d TECIiNOLOGY/' ' , P??RSO"_JEL--PLAhZBING/PF.OJECTS--MANAGEI-ENT SYSTEMS/ ECONOMICS/ ~ RD A GUIDF. t 69 Br TO 11973 PRACTICAL. T~-CHNOLOGICAL I qv"'• FGRCCASTItiG jEdito=s: James R. Bright ~ Milton E. F. Schoeman , ') Graduate School of Business Administration, Univ. of Texas i Ptentice-Ha11 Inc., Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey --•Iz_ I I f 0300 nt) d 93i 0 -A
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So]Ss $543 TP 370 B1 1972 PROBLEMS AND POTEh"TIAL Gordon F. &loom The MIT Press .Cambridge, Massachusetts, and London, England 03 0 0 r) 0 0 9 5 49 Ib!}USYRtJW''NAM. /MANAGEAtE:IT--PLANNING/FOOD--INDUSTRY AND TRADE/ MARKETING RESEARCN/ . PRODUCFIVITY IN THE FOOD INDUSTRY:
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s.zss ssINT MA.NAGFctEh~--PLANNING/' PqP,SONNEL--MANAGEMF.NT/ _F.XECG'TINES/ , HD INDUSTRL~II. MANAGE?~NT9r 69 Ca 1973 2 C. I MANAi;EM'ENT BY BJECTIVES APPLICATIONS AND RESEARCH STEPHEN J. CARROLL, JR. Department of Business Administration University of Maryland HF,NRY T_ TOCf, JR. Department of Management Michigan State Univcrsity e O .3 t) - Q 0 •C1 () ) TIIE htACMILLAN COMPANY. NEW YORK COLLIER-MACMILLAN LIMITED. LONDON
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- 50255 5530 76 I Ma-78 AGEi~NT 0! v~ESEARCH, DEVELOPMENT AN ECHNOLOGY-BASED VfNNOVArION. ItdVS t~'ttil~`°-Wfitom- Pttcigtra~= Syarpo~i~* M*te*Obu ~etts- Inetitew o8 Tec :a, ~ , KxtsgW Rudlt0lfew-+1 ~: !, 3779 V:MOTIVATINC SCIENTISTS AND ENGINEERS By Ralphvkatz l ippel SER NEEDS AND INDUSTRIAL INNt7ATI0N By Eric von / ; TECHNICAL VENTURE STRATEGIES / By Edward B.1,Roberts I yC0M4tUNICATION IN SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY By Thomas J.'Allen kORPORATE/R&D INTERFACE MANAGEMENT By Dr. William H.•Gruber NNOVATION IN INDUSTR ;IIAL ORGANIZATIONS By-James M.,,,Utterback 0 3 0 0 n 0 0~ S3 6
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TK 7lant Engineering Library 7870 Pl ELECTRICAL - VOLUME 1- 352 Pages ARCHER S025S 5532 Contains 8 books -condsting or : " 05•1./Appiication andSpecification of Industrial Electric Motors OS-Z. ybperation and Maintenance of Industrial Electric Motors 05-3. 3getting the Most from Your Electric Power System 054, s'step-byStep Analysis for Troubleshooting Industrial Controls 054.4lectrical Estimating for the Plant Engineer 054,~( dustrial Electrical Control 05-7.(ience of Plant Utilities Control 05$.ianning and Designing Industrial Lighting Systems PLUS ... An attractiva. havyduty, embossed vinyl binder , Plant Engineering, Reprint Deptv 1301 South Grove Avenue, Barrington, I1linois ~ ~ 0 3 0 0 ~a 0~ a 3 8 ELECTRICAL - VOLUME I! - Contains..;;ooks -consisting of: 05-9.Y piying Electrical Equipment Protectio 05-10i stnat Eicctric Motors 0rr11duvsfriaf Lighti* ;rtNSTRUMENTS \ ~ AND CONTROLS Book No. 85•1. pplying Instruments and Controls-all phases of controls sys- tems, from the basics to applying sys-: tams to analyzing the results are covered,i A pro and con treatment of instruments for measuring density of slurrics and the outline of a course for instrument repair- men are included. 29 pages Price: $4.00 ! Book No. 85-2.L*llpplying Instruments ' and Controls, Volume II-reviews a variety of subjects: recording instru-f. ments, ultrasonics, pressure gages, build- ing a detector, lease or rental considera- tions, tions, liqufd and gas-flow rotameters, clamp-on ammeters, and building a solid state control circuit with func- tion modules. _ IT-
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S02SS 55S1 .)rt:cker, Peter Ferdinand, I903- 1%ian.aging for resulks; economic tasks and risl:-takin.a. uc- cisions. ilst ed.i New York, iIarher & Row i19wf, xil, 240 p. 22 cm. Bibilobrcpt,y : p. 2..4--230. 1. industrial management. 2. 1}eeafiMreaAtng. L 'Pltie. HD38.IYT Library of Congress 0~ n 0 0 ti t~ } 5 5 7
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50255 s51s ~:!I'F;.'Y GU~•DES/?IIR--POLLUTTOr1--CC:STROL/ : -- Amer. Tndust:rial Ilyf;iene Assoc. Jour. b11-617(:dov-Dec, 1yt)~J, ~' 74 111 Co l ~ 1.'iV.1~US"~~IALHYGJ,E1`J~ 1'~AC?~'ICEc GUTIDt ~a~oi~aL~~•y ~~;~aa3 ~~en:jlati®n yzs (~ This Cuide was preparrd by the Conimittcc on Industrial Hygiene Practices fre;n material contributcd by H. J. :at;n~cr, M. ti'r. First, :,nd R. N. Mitchcll. Sup- plenzent, ry inforn-iation and connncnts were obtained from: R. S. Brief, J. 11. Clarke, j. E. Pcterson, and J. H. Rook. -Introduction rials to provide a margin of safety to ins+tt•C TISTS, FUMES, VAPORS, and gases ~at control will always be adequate. ate cftcn released in the course of lab- Factors which must be considercd whcn se- Doratory work. If the amount of exposure is Iecting the required dc,rec of ventilritlon con- minimal, general ventilation may be used to trol are shown in Table I. 1Vhilc this listing dilute thc contaminant to a satisfactory level• does not solve the face velocity selection prob- However, local exhaust ventilation is a more tetn, it does delineate the factors of hood use desirable techt:iaue vihcn tlie contatninat:on that are important. Prccedurcs are available ori~inates in specc areas or when e~treme for estima:ina hood face y elocity requifemont; , En~I ri/.•_ n~ {11t1JCr .f1CtOr5 f11al:P• :l:Ontlf"llt?^nt y~lna these are useful for cases wh l'C ai faI)OCa- . ...... -._.. _ - . ..1...., . .» d....~...... ..,,..t-....{~. . . r.n:.ia.ni..a.a• . -1~ t~ 3~l . Q ~~ 0 ~ S~d 1 Ej
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Bittel, Lester R n I11unagemrnt by exception; systematizing and simplifsi:1 the managerial job lbyl Leeter R. BitteL With a forcwur,l by H. B. Maynard. New York, McGraw-Hill (1964, 320 p. l11us. 22 cm. Jncludes blbl[ographles. 1. Indu9triel n:anage)u?e,. I. Title. HU31.B5 , ~ ~,,9 r,4 _2 29 ;(' ~ Library of Congres9
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50255 5552 0 3 il 0 n 0 0 1 Gross. Harry, 1416- \fal:e or buy; detailed guidelines to as.,,i!:t• in nnul}•zi:,,,, for»tul;ztinkff:1 and concluding make or buy deci-3ious. Engle- Wocxl Cli:£s, N. .I., Pientice-Iiall (1966, ssh•. 231 p. tx;rt. 20 cm. I3lbliograpliq : p. =-2'2& 1. Lkriston•ntaking. `; Indostrial :nanageweut. 3. mu-ketinr. [. Title. HD'3z~.G76 638.5 Gt;-1 ~071 Library of Congt•e,s ~ ~ 15, -4
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-~...,~., 50255 5554 QA 276 H YZ=d'..t.`.AI'l*i} Heide, John D Industrial process coutrol by statistical methods. 1st t.,1. New York, DlcGra,w-Hi11,1J52. 297 p. lllus. 24 cm. (McGraw•-IIi11 Industrial organlznticn n:.r management series) 1. Industrial statist{cs- °. Industrial managesiwnt. :. Tlt;^. I-I A40.I 6114 /' -1 r311.2 65S.562 :1--1:'i''.+~ ; Library of Congress ~ t^lly 0~ tl Q~ 00 9 ~ 4 0 r ]
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.11 HF 5686 Ho 1977 ARCHER - 50255 SSS6 MANAGEMENT--ACCOUNTING , Horngren; Charles T. COSTrACCOUNTING: A MANAGERIAL EMPHASIS 4th edition Prentice-Hall, Inc., Engleweed Cliffs, N. J. 934 pages ,.4 ,.,. _ 1
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50255 5555 ~ ~r.w:~ tri.1 :;aa:~ae-nA, [fenke, F::;s'ie11 W Effecti.•e irNearch & devalopment for the smaller compa;:y. Houston, Tex., Gulf Pub. Co. t°15ti8, :ili, _'41 p. dlagre., fornie. 22 cm. Incluiles bibllographlcr:l references. TP 175 H 1. Industrtal management 2 Rejearcb, Industriat-Jtauagee,ent. r. Title. HD20.H! ^,~ 1658.b7 ~ Library of Congress " IT-1j 0 3 n Q t, 11 a 'J S b 1 83-18577
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50255 5548 MANAGE1tENT./. BUSINESS INTF.LLIGENCE/INM?BIAL, MANAGEMLIIITP0"* REF Q 123 Ca 1975 I LAWYER'S DESK BOOK FOURTH EDITION 11e Lawyer's Everyday Instant Answer Book by William J. Casey Revised by IBPRe.rearch and Editorial Staff Institute for Business Planning, Inc. ~ IBP Plaza, Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey 07632 . ~ ~ a c~ a 5 5 4 .0 3 0 0
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~...-. - - . _. . "--y-.r.,.. ~ . 50255 ss+i9 44i[IG44,;a~ i 4W Industrial Applications of Technological Forecastinfy ~ ITS UTILIZATION IN RCD MANAGEMENT 0 0 43 Q\ i~lrviV. ft;~trq~t :~nd Ch: ~::tiite .~. Ralph '~ ,~ s'' ' Y
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--- Me1NAGEMENT--PLEL'dN I NC: / PE RS ONNEL--r1AIIAGEMENT / MA;vAGE:1ENT BY OBJECTIVF:S / MBQ see MANAGE,iENT BY- OBJECTIVES/- ---- HD 69 }!U 1973 2 C.' ARCHER 2 C. , OBJECTIVES C, ,1l ~.; ~ ; ~ l Diti.iou of American \Sanagcment Associatica /y73 , U 3 b Q ~l U U>? 0 3 , soass &ss? ~ John TTr Hu»ablc HOW TO MAl~TAGE BY
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\ i _ _...r~ - ._._. ,.. _._.._.__._.~ __-__.. _. _. . _. .. . . ... . .. _ . _y _ _ .. MATERIAL HA;IDLtNG/TlR10MtllL "PtANMx!1ErT/IZ:DI'STRIAL E_ZINEERING/ fACTORY MA.tiAGE?-!ENT/`tA`:.A.GEMENT--?LA.%.'NING/TI?IE .VU"D NOTION STL'DIES/ WORK TEASURE."Ey';/ TS 1t10TION AND TlME STUDY 141968 Deslb'l and A~Teasurement of \Vork i , .. _,.•,r,...,., 50255 SSr0 SizfA Eaitiat - --- - - - ItALPIi AI. BAMNI:S, '.M.E., Ph.D. 4 Mks.o. 0 ~ a .wd Prol.cti.. JId~nwe.t O,ivs,w~r •1 ~~ Ky As~csa CaLlw.r - f JOi~:~ A11L£Y k SOXS. M. ' ~ NEW YORS: LONDON FYD~ EY ~ ! ' ~ S 6 r,~'° S; ~ r•+ T 0 3 n 0 n 0 u 9 -5 4 6 1 ---~*..~... ,
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50255 5550 IiD 69 Dr 1964 PDDL EXECUTIVES/BUSINESS ADMI:VISTP.ATION/ PRODUCTION COSTS[ MANAGEMENT--PLANNING/I1tDIlS.TRi#L KMAGLMEt!/ECO\OMI --INDUSTRY/ Manai11g for ReSL1~tS ~~ DECISION MAKING/ Economic Tasks and Risk-taking Decisions PETER F. DRUCKER 0 3 t) 00. 0 49'5 S b ~ 1 HARPER & ROW, PUBLISHERS e n NEW YORK EVANSTON AND LONDON
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50255 5562 , . HD T.a:.iiiii.r; i.'vll:a?]r~cfaG3~s.r ; McJonou;;h, Adrian M ' 3f.an^;;ercent systems; tirorking cor.cepts and pn.cticti:i Th:; ~ Adrian M. JicDonou~h and Leonard J. Gea•rtict. :tio n•ood, I11., r. D. Irwir, nrS. ~ zvill, ;11 p. lllue. 24 c,u (The Irwin eerl.* fn managemr:ct) I r ~ i , J., Joint autLo:. u. Title. KD31 bi15G ' 6 '7 , ......._._, , - ~ ,. .aui+;~r,di auriKg!'J`l1enF. . „ .. ,Sl! 'c: 9 yt' i C: ' ~ ' i` t. ,~- ' -c- - :9 y t ' iC :' ~'i`t.- y - t' iC :'~'i`t.-- iC:'~'i`t . 'i`t. L lricC.'('[C Lt±'::cr•1 . ; v .? 58 C i : Library of Congre-,s 151
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~ ",Il"!R+G.r-t'~Ml1'.'N'!~C#i1"t~'s~ 1DCc4. PERSONNEL--MANA(:EMF.NT / Y!!!ltl@TRW&"'RrUIiICVEiKl4'NI-/ 50255 5569 73 R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co., Research and Product Development I Departments, Science Information Division Rel S.P. 1'[ANACE*IENT BY OBJECTIVES - A COLLECTION OF MATERIAL. 1973 Winston-Salem, N. C. _w o~~onoo~9 s7S mi
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.. ., . .. ... ... , . _~- . . .. _,..,. ._ .._. S02SS sssq ECONOHIC FORECAaTING/r ORRCAST1Nr,/~~.#ARAM" ~ HD ; 69 Ne ~ 1978 - ; MANAGERS FOR THE YEAR 2000 , ( WILLIAM H. NEWMAN, Editor . 1 I q SAMUEL BP.ONFMAN PROFESSOR OF DEMOCRATIC BUSINESS ENTERPRISE GRADUATE SCHOOL OF BUSINESS COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY PRENTICE-HALL, INC., ENGLEWOOD CLIFFS, N1:1V JERSEY 07632 0~~1 Q t1 a 0 9 a l d Ej
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5025S 3363 INDUSTRIAL--riA.*JAGE~ti;NT/1~~'t~lTl{f''i~it#a`r~{~~i `I"'"` RESEARCH, RESEARCIi, INDUSTRIAL- ;iEI•I PRODUCT PLA^L`IING/,IAP.KETING, INDUSTRIAL/ MANAGEMENT--COMP UTERS /PIANAGI:*ti:NT--O RGA: ~ I 7. AT I ON /MA'IAGEMENT--PLA.'~N I NG / MANAGEMENT--EXECL'TIVE POTF.NTIAL/ : IrJOVA i I(IN/ The r"I'lln's ®f : Top Manaaernen't ~ . Q McKinsey Anthology Edited by Roland Mann McGraw-Hill Book Company New York • St. Louis • San Francisco • Mexico • Parnama
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- ., ~~.~.... . , ---- _ 50255 S546 r TO ~; .i:. ~T' l~ ~~ 7rI_A 1-i: ~ JotiN A. Inaustrial t:conoruist (1 Sl)t?~ZCdr t"nSCri"CiZ SI`IId:v i) l' lari'ru i:. \`;:•!n'x, 1Zcs..arcl;:\nctl~'st rc1 1:Csc::ri lt 1 tt~titutc rct.urt wtre nr;,cic li;y llut'ct.:\~ :\. l i: r:u, !n i~rari;il I:•°oan:ai<t St .:rl;,:cl kc c:rrch hr,titutc O~~~onu0v s S 2 .., I
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S0ZS5 SS67 DISSERTATIONS--OKLAHOMA STATE UNIVERSITY/ BUSINESS .INTELLIGENCE/MANAGEMENT--ECONOMZC ASPECTS/ TNDUSTRYAt ANAGEMENZf HD' AA F?iPIRICAL INVESTICATIO!i OF LIQUIDITY, PROFITABILITY, AND RISK AMONG StZECTID 1967 lIANUFACTURINC INDUSTRIES, 19S2-I971 ~ 38 Pu By HOHARD LOUIS PUCKETT 0 3 4 Bachelor of Science University of Michigan Ann Arbor, Michigan 1961 Ktater of Business Administration Oklahoma State University Stillvattr, Oklahoma 1968 Submitted to the Faculty of the Graduate College of the Oklahoma State University in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the Degree of DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY Q h i~ ^~ ~ ,C 7 'j December, 1974
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~..w:.. _, ~ t* ~ 50255 f,J'ZQi: 1,Q~'A}LVrV~ . a/ . s.../ ,! . ~ . .'°.~ by II\4magement ~ . . • • ~..~~~®n FLdIIOY : John W. Humble i)irector, Un•, ick, Orr & 1'artners Limited h~ cG~:A~%,7 _T IILL ~;. l.onrlon New York •i•oronto Sydney tiiex ico f ;f Joiurnncs:)urg - 1':rnama Sint;.,porc llusseldor ; o~non 0 a~s6 4 ; y04 .: ,
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...,r~,.. 50255 5570 HD riANAGEMc",N't--PLANNING 69 Ro 1967 CRITICAL PATH ANALYS 2 C. INDt18TR2AL MAIOAGEW" S/ PROJECT PLANNING AND CONTROL Simyli ed Critical Path Analysis D. C. ROBERTSON . GFq, JIfl.Afali.E, 1ll.LProd.E, dM.BI.M., AJ,W.S.P. c) [~m PE N ot- ?DO (Cm ® A DFVOsloM O/ IMCHt:MICAL IiUHHER CO. CLIVlIAMD, OHIO INTEQNATIONAL /3C/CNTIFIC l3Eq1EH 1--_/-_/ ® U -3 11 U 1f U l7 7.~-_~..- o. .~-•.....•.~..~„..~.__,,....,.,.r,,.~..~....,,.. _--•- ._
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50255 5566 HD 69 Pp 1980 ARCHER INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT/MANAGEMENT--PLANNING/ COMPETITIVE STRATEGY Techniques for Analyzing Industries and Competitors Michael E. Porter -Me pee -# A Divtsion of Macrnillon Publishing Co., InG oan on o .I= -,,_„,WIN-JUM. _ =;~•~•.:,;~:~~
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-~-~- - -.- _ r,.0".., awta:r:x~Yw 74 I Ha 1 ~~! t 'n ti 53 ~L 50255 55 ~~ 45 A a an C,r !rt 17' 1 S~1" tlrlrFlc,c~! I:L~~Vy~oio 6~ t~+~ 6 ~t~L ~++k1dO by VICTOR HAROLD. PILOT BOOKS 0 NEW YORK a llj!a.CA /J 0 ..... ~ .._ ~-.- r.-,-~- ._.r - ".-•-• - -- - I .. `~
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6 L S c 0 h U 0 uE Q Cl z1 •Onl iT •d £:'Z `XMz ~S'Q/T l Zt137iT.C_:???jd f/ ' 1 `J t 3s ; Zuawa2ECrev ,~TPxx;snPuI 69 ~ tTlt i ELSS SSZOS
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I& , I 0 SIMON RAMO Direeter. TRN' he. ..f YLdti.l Pnhu.r, .Ha.nyemenf Seieneea C.lUw.is ln+litute eI TeaAndeyp A WILEY-INTERSCIENCE PUBLICATION 1 50255 S56a INNOVATION/ 69 INNOVATIVE TECHNOLOGICAL Ra CORPORATIONS 1980 TECHNOLOGICAL CORPORATIONS/ -INDlSTRIAL MANAGE!RENT/ °~ HD i THE MANAGEMENT OF JOHN WILEY & SONS Ne.v.Yor4 Chiehesler Brispane Toronb vd ti e. .6.„/-- 0 3~t0 n 0 04 s- .7 4 ~ , i .
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_.....~:,... » .........~.~r..w......Y~i...W.wMa::a:1i~-..r.. } ~~ .t •-~.wi::. +.iW. ~ >. _, ., k i ~LLIGLNCI:~ ~; LC0N0NICS--I USTInf/IM1U6?lllwl. NANAqVRM'!/l1US1NZSS 1NTL'LLIGLNCI: ' ; 1MNAGEMENT--E0NOMIC i4SPECTS t "~- 74 ILo -,.. Jpi JOURNAL OF tiWiQ~~QS~F,,,~ 50255 5559 G' V9!- V!!! \'n 2J„niJ974 .:. 7Corporate Giantism, Degradation of the Plane of ' ~ Competitjon, and Countervatlance __ySamuel lIT: Loescher t __. , --=Look not for the major social harm of corporate giantism in the and their associated resource misallocations. Look, rather, for the Harbergerian-like wastes of monopoly:' relative price-cost distortions : J :` major social harm of corporate giantism in disappointed consumers, debilitated workers, disenchanted investors, depressed neighbors, ; ~ ':. deprivcd posterity, and dcbased citizens. ~ .. . By way of preview, my thcsis is that corporate giantism perveits our social cconoiny. !t increasingly deflates net economic welfare •' because supercorporations acquire as a by-product the sociopolitical ` ;:and economic capability to severely retard social and legal progress :, I in elevating the plane of competition. Without a more rapid evolution , i ' ' th t't f Inw d d~ t 1 t h 1 m~c a t t :~-thc rapid technological pace affecting production processes, com- :: Gwnications, computations, applications of esoteric chemicals and . a e qua ~ y o socioecono n or ~r o e eva e e p ane, 11 0a.::a Q li U Q9 S b S '.,.. Y' .. 4.~.'^Rl7~'.. . P
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\ .., i ~~.--..~...._.... T 175 Va 1976 I so2ss 3576 D111@SlRTAL MA!IA(:RFt£IR--REStARCR/lRAAIACEttENf/ RESEARCH, Ih'DUSTRIAL--U.S.--IIISTORY/ RESEARCH AND AMERICAN INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT A BtCENTENNIAL LOOK AT THE CONTRIBUTIONS OF APPLIED R & D By HAROLD VAGTBORG ~ PArsldent EnmeNtus Soudrwest Rescmrd, lnst/run Sw Mtorllo, Texos SupFiemcnt 'Highli`hts of SO Ycars in R&D Muugantnt" by Maorice NoOmd / PERGAMON PRESS NEW YORK /TORONTO I OXFORD / SYDNEY / BRAUNSCHIYE/G / PARIS ~C 63 ;d' 0 n o 0 9 S 8 ~ .11~ '
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50255 5575 7 ~ I Ir.auttrisl. :-j.oaSic.'xtnt , S tTnR U. Ss ot SxaorE Bqre4u of Labor Ststir+*.iva ;:t.,C-5ICAL TRE?tDS IN MA,ivR AMEZ:CAUN (U. of L4bor, Rurezu of Labor SLaCi,:Ca~~ BuIao* 9 a :ro. 1474)I 1966 359 pagea k'ashingtaez, D. C. i 0 3 o o na o4 :i 8 i i I
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50255 5578 z 675 t+ih 1971 INFORI,tATION TECHNOLOGY/ I*IDUSTRIAL, MAxJ4;EME"S'T/gL'SINESS/ REPORT WRITING/ MANAGE*fEP.T/ : , IDOCiINxE1VTATION how to organise and control information processes in business and industry FRANK WHITEHOUSE F.LT.P.P., F.i.T.A:t. Chief Technical Publications Engineer, British Aircraft Corporation, SterenaAe f Business Books Limited London . 03" on() 0 . 4 S .4 f -I
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50255 5571 I liD Indugkria." s:anp~;z:)Nnt. Gayies, LFanard -9 ?C L?;_ Aianagerial behavior; administration in comr,lac or„ntni- ~ ~ zations. New York,111c(Trxw-T-Ii11;18&1~ - i zi, M p. 1;1us 21 cm. Babltoe.aphtcat tootaote& i 1. Industrial mnnagement- r. Title. 1ID31.S.325 633 f3-22x2-1 L/brary of Congress 1T-11 o noo 7 s77 ~.•+~~<_ yar rs ;,~,~.h,,~R.~..k.~+.-.. . ._. .~ .;~- - ... ,.-. ... . ~- _..~.Y_..~._-............... ..._.._~._._..~.....~...~,
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50255 SS1~ ftAtiAGF?•*:q'1--i;.1RF:E"TING/N r!d PRODUCTU/MA?iAGE*tI:~'T--FI,ANNINr;/PR.CDUCT ItN0VATI0I1/,aAfii"r;TiNG RE SEARCli/DECi.SION IND13S'Fll21kl, M'4NAGENENT4 HD 69 Wi Creating and Marketing lz'3 C. New Products PDDL , viewpoints of leading authorities 1 C. ' collated and edited by J Gordon Wills, Prcfessor of Marketing and Logistics Studies, ' Cranfield School of Management Roy Hayhurst, Head of Business Studies, the National Institute fcr Higher Education. Limerick > David Midgley, SSRC Research Fellow in Fashion Dynamics. ^ Cranfield School of Mar,agement ` Crosby Lockwood Staples London . . _. .,......~,. ~/a+~:.. . V . . . .. . ~ ~' ~ ~~~,.,i.,..~n.n~ C
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.. ~..r:,~. 50255 5572 . RFF Q 123 So 1973 OCCUPATIONAL SAF'rTY Ar1D 11EAT.THI ItiDU3TRT.AL MANAGE-,iFt3TJ Cahners Practical Plastics Series ~,~ PLASTICS ~_ INDUSTRY `5PFET-~ HANDBOO" Prepared by Society of the Plastics Industry In cooperation with the National Safety Council Sponsoring Editors: Dominick V. Rosato and John R. Lawrence Cahners Books, 89 t"ranklin Street, Boston, Massachusetts "- o~nnr~;ao~5 7 a
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50255 5570 9 . I INDIISTRIAti"MANAGiMENI/MANAGEMENT--PLANNING/QUALITY CONTROL,INDUSTRIAL/+`"'~;=~ ~ <,"°,tHANDBOOK FOR ASSURANCE CowLBTE MANAGExSENT LIF3RARY 1964 .ooL TOTAL QUALITY V"'"¢ X`" Edward M. Stiles National Foremen's Institute Bureau of Business Practice National Sales Development Institute Waterford, Connecticut Quality Assurance Manager Oliuetti-Underwood Corp. Xartford, Conn. . > - ~ - - -..~ : It: ~:•.: ,
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ji*ciel, C4r:, IOn4- ed. The e7t;yclopec?in of manR,.~ement. New York, Re;nhcld Pub. Cocp. (1^631. saolt. 10S4 p. !llua, dlagr'. 26 cm. (Reinhold management ref- errence serSc3) Bibllogrnphy: p. 1003--1073. I 1. Indnstrial managemeut--I)lctlonarles. r. Title. HD1J.H~ '~ 658.03 63-21622 ~--~. Library of Congress 1fLlt7I ' U ~ t1 n!1 i~ ~'~1 a$ 8 .r 1
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- ~....~,.. 50255 5561 U. S. DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE/NATIONAL AEP,ONAUTICS & SPACE ADMINISTRATIOr !lf~ISr~ ,! ' !'r RESEARCH, INDUSTRIAL--MANAGEMENT/. INDUSTa1/1L HANAGEMEti ~ Charles C. Martin ~ HD 69 Project , ~ ; 1976 's ~ m er t ' ivi &~ ~ 3 C. . ' I HOW TO IViAKE IT WORK Martin, Charles C 1923- Project management. Includes index. 1. Industrial project management. I. Title. HD69•P75M37 658.4'04 75-37884 IssN o-8144-54o8-9 ( A DIVISION OF AMER(CAN MANAGEMENT ASSOCU'.TIO\S t 0.3 ~10 n 00~5b7
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. 50255 5583 FOOT)=-INn~:STRY/T(1?;ACCO--FCO"tOrfICS--STATISTICAL T1ATA/ MANACEMEt~'~'--FCONOM7C ASPECTS/*Tnp;OPOT.IF.S/I*mtTSTR7AT, MANACF.MFNT--RF.SFARCH/I! . RESEARCH, INDUSTRIAT.--VAT.iTE A*IALYSIS/ HF 5681 C1 1977 i Kennetiff. C!ar!:snn With 1 forc~~~ord byYalc E3rozen ~/ .~, V American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research~ /'. T Washington, D.C. f. 0 ~ n 0 ^ ~0 9 5 8 "' lyt~l~l•L41LLL111Ft 'g_.. Flfectsnf Iies=h ancl I'romotlun
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50255 5584 FvIcC1o-tce3-, .Toeph F ed. Ope:•ations r^tier.rch for tnanagelneCt, ed1tP,%, by ,;osi,pit F. ;1feCloskey a;lri Florene.; '.'1'refetn: n. lntrod. by F]lis A. Johnson. l,sltimorz, Johns Hopkins f're:ss t1054, xxlv, 903- p. tl;us. 24 cm. •'Select,,d biL)iUgrsp4q 1lsi VerR It'ley": p 353-401. L'ibll.:;;rsphi- C:di fWtQ-AC9. 1. Over!lfIOn3 if3fQ[c1I, 2. inftstrial C~ld7!R~biUCIIt-l~CSPi 1i!1, 1. Tre:xheu, F lorence N., jotnt ed. ~ 658.0?2 5-1--13: 14 Library of Curv^ress I55k101 lID20..1s~-,5 -4 0 n () 0 -4 5 9 U
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,...Ab.r:,.. 0 3 0 ~ f1 i1 ' 50255 5547 ~..._.,..__,,...__._.... __. _.-_ ~...._.~. ...__._._.....~•.____.___. ..... _ ...........~.. .. . }'eSE'Ci1':_h Th Th::~,pz;on, W. .Jr. ._':TI $ FE :JEX.itCH TE~..u`.;iQJES : ~," 7.57 F,.3~ss t.:":'LYa E. Herr;ll B:~a!:a Ins. Co?=bua, Ohxo ; - . •~. ' f . . •t. '-- ... .
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50255 5588 T _.iro ~ I a ----Itf~"ustrlai managem~i 'Ltiiebcld, John, 1:12G-• Reyond ~tutoination; mRn,:;eria1 probtenu,3 of aTj esh M1. ing tc"Au14,ln;;y. 1ew York, ?~icGr~.~s-Aill t1~'u4i _, 220 p, tllua 21 cm. 1. IndieAtrial roanagement-i;. S. 2 3fachinery In tudus:r;. 3. Autnmatlon-Economic abpects. L Title. HD70.U5D5 n 301M3 61-2C~5;+8 Llbrary of Congress 111-13 n S rl 0 !1 (I a •) ~ 94 -.1 ;T',rai• i~~ i,'Yi'~'~~' ' 0 R-^,•'.
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50255 5585 013 i'l 0 i1 () 0 9 5 9 .-~..lsat<![.~tll..<61.L U1« ei.!nf Midwest Itesearch Institute, lianstzs City, .ile. I'i,xF,cclings of the symposium on operations research in bushiess :uid industry, sponsored by il%Ii(bvest Research Insti- tute, Apr. S and 9, 1954, Kansas City, Mo. (Iinnsas, C)ty, 19541, ic, 1.C3 p. illus. 28 cm. Includes bibliographical reterences. 1. Induwtrial management-Research. 2. Opertttions res-earch. Y. Title: Symposium on o;krations research In busluess xnd tnda3iry. HD20.1155 1954 G58.072 55-640 ~, - Library of Congress t2t -.4 -A
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. .~.... _ a...w,~. 50255 5586 OPERATIONS RESEARCH/MANAGEMENT--OPERATION/I3RDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT--RESA.ARM RESEARCH--U. S./CARNEGIE COAL*tISSION ON HIGHER EDUCATION/DIVERSIFICATION/ RESEARCH, INDUSTRAIL--U. S./ Q 180 Or 1972 ~ 1'he Xo /z j»ofit esearclllistltzlte .~ ~ ITS ORIGIN, OPERATION, PROBLEMS, AND PROSPECTS Ninth of a Series of Profiles Sponsored by The CnrneRic Commission on Higher Education by C/laroLd 9rIaiis Program on Technology and Socictyy MCGRAW-HILL lfOOK COMPANY Ffarvardllniversily Neto Yark St. Louis San Francisco Di7ssrldorf London Sydney Toronto Mexico Pananta Johartnesburs Kuala Lurnyui Montreal Ntta Delh! Rio de Janeiro Singapore 0 3 tl 0 n a Q 9 a 9 2 -*I R.- , .
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0 ~...~ ..... ~...x.. _. ,. ,e . . ... . ~ , .. .,_ _.._ . _..._ . _. --'~~'1 -_ ., •. . .....~. 50255 sse! TS 10 F:1 1977 ARctlr0, , THE KLINE GUIDE TO THE ~ ACKAGING INDUSTRY Thd ird edition, completely reviJed ~90 _~ Editor: James A. Rauch ~. ~ Charles H. Kline & Co., Inc. ' 330 Passaic Avenue Kline, S.A. IRM Inc. . Fairfield, N J. 07006 Rue de Ia Loi, 24 Rosei Building U.S.A. 1000 Brussels, Belgium 4, 1-Chome. Highashi Azab Mirtato-Ku J 0 0 Tokyo. IOG. Japan 0 7 ~ g s 1 Q, o. ~. ~(1 /' L (lr':.~
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.. y/q•.hM. . 50255 5591 ~ r_. . '.~. ~7i ..-.J..~F 1.L i:~..' . '~"~ee... ~. .- ._ .. . _ .. . , . . . . . .. .. . _ . . . -~"-~~~ .. .... .. j---~ Z ~ SC7 Iudustrial t•fergera ia 4?csCes-tt k~r;-;.e ~ (1970) $S:GS`.,~Ga'Q i;:;lf..'iTLat l:2F,'.1CL'st.'. LONG jL--•V-.e. FL.?;.r;MiG S*.RvIGF •• R.gSE~iI:CK REL:?RT ; . 19E,4-to : ar.e gao4ZeCa rlarclo Park, Gglifocn2>a 03 da t1 rj a) -0 - ---- ,
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... ~ ~ _ ~...y... . -- __ _.. __, ,~ ~.., .. ......,W 50255 5580 ',p~.y Branch, Melville Campbell, 1913- Selected references for corporate planning; annotated. with a pastial list of companies in the United States and Cannciaa with corporate or divisional planning actually or potentially comprehensive in nature, by Melville C. Br:tacl:. Witli the assistance of Amos It. L. Deacon. Jr. tN'eNv American .lianngement Association 11966, 101 p. 21 cm. 1. Industrinl management--B(bl. r. Deacon, Amos R. L, j:)int autkor, it. Title. Z71C;-1.07I37 ~ 016.13158 GC"7 8:A Library of Congress 03 0 0 0 0 0 95 a 6 .,~ t3t
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50255 5596 1 ~1S$ 4eo L+•,_yr,.3 ,~ 5z ;+ t.'.cy r.nd S,;nS, tut~. :'~is ;n: ri 0 2 I
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_ .~...,~,. 50255 5590 I f1F 5415 '; Le 1978 ARCHER w,ultexcE ' -< -f a )twrd n. Lee - Pmjcssnr of Mmwgement khdener cuUe,qe Chester, PA 19013 0 3 ~ 4. n d c~ ~ S 9 b ' " . ~GF!~?_`"~ `?~ r1 r~ / I ~ ` 7
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..~ .~7~t.S:.s.,......,w_...._._~L. r 50255 5597 1?idustr :a1 i.. ~ c:robiology D6VEZATH:iNFS iai iNB::STIF?1AL riZCl;03It:F.sGY. !'o14~es 1-8, Procec:dinAs of th3 Geaaral (".°E.ta,n of rhe Soci.,:'y of IIxiu9trial Miartobiolsgy, 16-23 14u0-1:'S'! 8 yolwnee American I:.e~i+~uiQ of i3iological Scienc24 ilaaflS.i.ztoq Q~~ Q ~+1 u~1 a 4 a ~ ~,
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_ ..~,. . . • _ ... _ _ .. .b. y. ; FiD 69 Ha 1972 ~ :; ; . . . ; . . ,., 50255 5560 ~. , .. ,. . - . InDEISTRFAL MOAGFMM/MANAGEMNT--PLANNIA'G/PLANNIh'G/Ib'h'OVATICN/ FORECAS TING--BUS I NE SS /MANAGEHt.'NT==OPERATI OPt/PERSOh'h L;L--.4ANAGEMEnT / F. . ~G1~lG BY Ii/IAI~I~ . Nali,Paul/ f.. Varney, Gleen H./ OBJECTiVES . An Operating Guide to Faster . . `' = and More Profitable Results i. s . 0~ tl O n a o 9 54 6 A •a7 v.j PAUL IAIW @radvafo Sdroo7 o/ daslnat UnJvatiy ef HartfoM ..d Paw ALS a A.,,ooraea WILEY-INTERSCIE(JCE, a Division of John Wiley 3 Sona, Inc. ;.New York • London • Sydney • Toronto , r ~;b~ar y -A
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50255 5581 !r~s, l C. C,onman, r,'dtivir. Truman, 194.3- Se!irc:s oi bnsiness infoimcttion, by Edwin T. Coman, Jr. Rev. ed. Iiei•keley, University of California Press, 1016-1. i zit, 330 p. 24 cci. {(Tniversity of Caiifornla bibliographic BZlIdi-s) 1. BS*ltography-Best booka-Economlcs. 2. Rlb!!o„rat tiy-I'~,t bcroks-Indastrial uranagewe:,t. 3. Itefercnce books-urut. 4. 'c:co- nomics•--Bibi. 5. Industrial management-Eibl. r. Ttt.Ia. (Se- ries: Califoruia. L;nicersity. Guiversity of•Caltfornia bihliograpt,rc guides) Z718*.CS1C75 1964 016.65 Library of Congress t9-1t I F 0~~l 0 r~ Q Q') 5- a 7
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Inaustr.tul microbinlogy. ~ eV:l«, \..n.U./ •~l~J.1a1lJ ).1~34 Y:V:.3 V!~ !.~• ~I L • 1964 572 , t:i?ip 'ivj '" o:k n _ ~:-, ~
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r' 50255 5577 _ ' . . ' . .:. % . . . . . . n. . DD ~AGEMENT--PL•ANNING/Pc.RSOh?:Ei--PLP.NNING/ 1h'NOt'ATION/ 69 Va INDtIS?RI ~ ~~A~~ 4 ~anage~n ~ 1~71. ~~CASTING--BiISTNESS/ P H• Paul Maii/ : gy Objectives Varney;" G2een .:. - by Glenn H. Varney, Ph.D. PiesidenE t M y anagzm~n Advisory A:~sociatPs, Inc. Publrsh^d by ' ~ The Dartr:ell Corporation ' 4660 Raven :woedj Avenue . :. - . - . . • : Chicago, Iliir.,:~iG 60640 ' , . • . .,. ;,. . . CopPriphf ~; 1971, lh• L.rln.iJ CorparQi;oe _ Prinf.d in U.S.A. by Dorta.ll Pr.si
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. .~...~,.. I Prescott, Samuel Cate, 1572- xll, 9`l3 p. illus. 24 cm. ~- Includes blbilographtea.. Industrial microbiology, by Samuel Cate Prescoto xn•: I Cecil Gordon Dunn. 2d ed. New York, JScGraw-Hil?, 1.+1::.,, ~ 1. Dffcro-organtams. 2. Fermentation. S. Ycast. 4. Bactei 1n.. ~ 1lfolde (BotRny) 6. Chemistry, Technical. i. Dunn, Cecil 1904- Joint author. it. Tttle. , i QR131.P7 1949 ; 7'1 589.93866 • 49---=: : ` i' Library of Congrez• i53J ;i i 0 3~ Q t~ tt ~~~ Q 4 Inuusf;ria.: m:.crobioao,;y. -4 J ~` ,
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50255 5599 ;nrlustrial micrcbiol.ogv ---_--... !'•hod2s, Aian PRL.iCZpLSS OF INDUS.RIAL MICROBICLOG'l, by A-1sa P1iodes and Derek L. Plztcnur i _ __.._.>....__ i -1 Rh 1966 1'ergamon Press 320 Pagss Hotir York -- '"~~'
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50255 5592 _~_ _ _..... ._....._~.._._ .._".,...-.. Inaustriui Markets in Eastern Europe Staaford RaZesrcii ZnstlC'ate, c ~.P (^, ..,. F.fi_ _ > >'..'r 1:-tO d3~£ ?,.aolo Yar.ec, L',ii{ ~'.oTn~.3 0 SOQ noU ~5 98 -.4
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-_ _ ..-. aw r . .. _ . ~ . . . . ~ . ~ ~. - . a' . ~- - ..r~ 7. . .... 1_ A. . 1. ~.. . .1 h:u-ust.r:sl mycoloj;y. ~ 50255 5604 Smith, George. An introduction to industrial mycology. Foreword by Harold }tuistrick. 4th ed. London, Arr.old t195-1j 378 p. illus. 22 cm. 1. Fungi. 2. Molds (Botany) z, Title: Industrla. nn}cology. QK6U3.S5 1954 , l 589.2 L(brary ot Congress 131 Q.7 l7 0 1 11 l~ '~ b~~ 54-3C,34 ;
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50255 5600 d AnYhany fie 0 156! s "vV po P -i-rArL:~+_-; c.r~ Pandan
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Carids3 YrynIT~7, J, ld. [• 4!\}LV pl r{A L:, DL Il! Y .. L^i:it::.d fOC burniv,g p'"a^Erri~±9 of tobacco.) A~r. 7t0 C:o. ~ij : ;i12-31 (15:1+) t~ :~ (1 0(t i~ t~ ~3 9~i t
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S02SS S60! Chaplin, Allen L App1ic..itions of industrill strunients Pub. Co., 1950. Iv, 13.; p. dlagre. 21 cw. PH r control. Pittsbnrgh, " .- 1. fl5drneen-ion concentratton. C, TPI;,G H=~CiB- ~~ G~,~ 28 51-1155 Library of Congress ' i51 ~ 3 n 0 n a o~~ 1 5
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\ I 4 . . _ _ . ._.._ ....7.r. -.._ . EN'LY*ILS--I2i11L'STRIAL APPLICATIOt:S/SY!rTHESIS, N'.Ci.OuIOLOf:ICAL/ 50255 5595 NICR')HIOLOGY, I1:DUSTRIAL/INDUSTRIAL AtICRfJBIOLOGY See ltICROAIOIAGY,INDUSTRIAL/ ~ 0/1 EDITORS 123 Ha ADao L Laskin. Ph.D. 1973 Etao Research and EnpnetrinSCom,.-y liY1~L~~O V'D `l~~ t~a~.K~~y Volume III ~ Microbiai Products ~ . r ~ . P.MYS.r b CRG Ir... M- 1111N1 tw.....~ Pa.R.n • ca+Mawk.Ow. 44130 0. 3 0 0 n n 0-) 6 0 1 4 N.be*t A. LecAe.aiea. PfaD. tmtitwe or Aticrobiotogy Ratpn Uni.ersity New sninsw;ck,New knty
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50255 5601 SCnufo;-:I RQsearn;a Invrf tute LO'r'G F.Ellr'Cl: PLANNT,N(: SERVICF. - RESEARCfI RC!'.I i:"'s. ~ ~ 19E,4--1906 't!noklrts Menlo f'ar'.<, Cp.lifornis I 0na 0 ay4? .. r.r.w. I St7 .. Iac;usCXS.sI '.fi.c'cobioloRY
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50255 5607 „xzan:.::~'ti.,~rt . Blake, Robe:t P.,geis, 1P18-- Corp(--:.-o;, a.)arwir.i_n:; an cvol;ationar; petspect ive oit ;r- g:nizin.ol vork in the •l_'rnam.le. a,rpot-q.tiun thvi Roi:,-~rt R. Blako, 1;'ar.et, E. Avis Jane S. Moutut?. ifoii`,Inr, Tex., Gulf -Vub. Co. 11966, xill,)3O p. E1cr1. Btbltograpny: p. 122-128. 1. industrial •,rganizat!on. t. A;i.. t::ufh.1r. tr. \Ioutou. Jane Srygiey, Juir.t aeuth-1r. trt. 1ID31.E52 558 Library of C•in,re.,s - J ~3r U 3a (l na 0 y
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50255 5615 i"artrSal P1an1t.-_--i''i8.nalE:II:eAt. TA Carrernter, C.U. 183 Incr;;f_sing production, decreLsinZ costs. C NEU lork, i,ngineering t•9G6fiziae Oo., 1=,:10. xiii, 432 p. 24 cn,. .
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. ~.....,.. 50255 5610 --- -- - I Q - I 1011t I 1 - + 1'P l,iitletor, Ch:Zrt,s ~: 1901- 159 159 Ir,dush•ia? pil,inIg. Sixci;, l chapter on e-iim; tinn, by R. :~ I)icktion. lst ed. New York, 'McGraw-Ilill, 1951. i, 3Sit p. ]llv& 24 em. I I 1. Pipe lines. 2. Pine. z. Title. TP1AP3L5 62L8Gi2 Lib:ary of Con;;resa ,;w:;10j 0 30 O n 0 09 6 1 6 51--K::"
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NATURAL LAWS TO P,~tODUCTION FndiriTritil"flFlsnizali8i~""^~ ~ S.4oaint Flom Modern , { } FLOW'• MATHEWS CONYEYER COMPANY p Meod City, Prrnt>lotmi. r ~~.~ . . .-.~~-. . ~~~. ..-.. o~non~~0 9 6 1 4 "-C'h''.i,+'m r L
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. .. . ~ _ . ..----~..__. _.._.. ...~d....~; _.._... ___.._ .._._ . 50255 5614 '! . T Barnes, F.rd'_>h M. 58 Motion and time study. ;~nd ed. Jey zor:c, B 1940. xi, 390 P• o:~~~onc~o~~2 o
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/ 50255 5612 U. S. RNYIROMiBNTAL PROTECTION AGENCY/ LAWS & LEGISLATION/COAL/WATHR--POLLtTfION--LAWS/PLANT CONSTRUCTION/ CONSTRUCTION/AIR--POLLUTION--1.AHS/ gM/ 1 T , 55 Qu 1979 2 C. FEDERAL RE G-ULATION OF 1 \TEW ._/ A Survey of Environrnental Regulations Affccting the Siting and Construction of New Industrial Plants and Plant Expansions JOIIN QUARLES, Tr, ) I I i 0 3 n 0 na 09 b 1 8 )aouary 1979 .
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50255 5606 r AIR=-PODLUTION--ODORS/ODORS--AIR POLLUTION/SMELL/ POLLUTION CONTROL/ , -,'FT- IFT( 1975 A ~ . C. PDDL J ~ . f ..-_'~.. ~~....~. ~ _ .,. .{.. ~. .,.~ .~ ,. -v ~.-.. ;. ..;~~_. ' 576 Ch " 1 C• TE€HN€LOGY Paul N. Cheremisinoff, P.E Associate Protessor a! EnvironmenUl En9ieeeri" Ner Jersey Institute of Tecboolegy Newuk, New Jersey 0 3 a on-a o Richard A. Young Editor, Pollution Engineering Technical Pubiishinq Company luringtoa, nUnoie 0• VV•.If W :. . ll L- _,. . '-1 ann arbor science-pvBLt~ 5 INC. OST OFFICE 80X 1425 • ANN ARf30R. MICH. 49106
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50255 5603 MICROPROCESSOR SELF-STUDY COURSE ON CASSETTES /COMPUTERS/ : QA Za 1980 INDUSTRIAL' rMICROPROCESSOR 'SYSTEM ~ t RODNAY ZAK= --- ~ ~ ----- u.a.A.: 2344 Sixth St. EUROPE: 18 rue Planchat ~ Berkeley, CA 94710 75020 Par(s, France Tel: 415/848-8233 Tel:1/370-3275 ! Telex 336311 Telex: 211801 ~ ~ ~ CvAft ® sveEx Y,c.1v7e, 19e0. woAa r+pl,ts ns.rwd. No paA oa nw puorcari* may c.:tor.a in a rstriwa :p+.mm copi.d, harwN+t.d ar r.produc.d in any way, r,ch,dr,0, but not Nm+tsd to, ^rocopy, ahcroOraphyy mopMtlC, or otfmK mcordinp, wlmout prior wrm.n p.rm4qon oa mft aualtMr. uc"«v a ca+aa. Card Nxrd«: iSSN tiumb.r: e9S03052-0 vmrw in e,. unn.a sIara a kn«+ca vrrdr,O109e7e5.3 . - . 0 3 0 Q n fl 0 4 b 0 9 _ ~_ -- ......~-~..._ _-~- ... ~. . .W A
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50255 5619 - -- TA 185 Y Woods, Ttaldivin iVlunger, 1887- Introduction to engineering economy, by Bald. In ~i. Woods and E. Paul De Garino. 2d ed. :ven• Yor'.:, Jivc- millan ~1953j 519 p. lllus. 22 cm. 1. FJconomics, i. Da Garmo, Ernest Paul, 1907- joint flutllor. II. Title: rIIglOeering ecUllofLy. HB 1P9.Si'5J5 1953 330.1 :,3-.00113 44 1 Ltbrary of Congress - -~ ~ J ~.! Q ~ ~ l7 ~ i7 sG S A
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.., TD 892 Un 1975 Archer S02SS 5605 4mdu&ia ~~0~e- t~~tf~-~-ari~ta Vincent Salmon James S. Mills Andrew C. Petersen Industrial Noise Services, Inc. Palo Alto, California U. S. DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH, EDUCATION, AND h'F:LFA{a: Public Health Service Center for Disease Control National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health ' Division of Laboratories and Criteria Development • Cincinnati, Ohio 45202 June 1975 0 3 0 0 n (1 0 y 6 1 I t
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50255 5622 i ~ : Mellan, i'aert. hdustrial r,3nstivizers, Oxford, _N+Lr . PresS; itXi8t1'1f~Utl't.~ in the `~EStCTIi Iyetui:•pLere bv 3fa.:'::,`. lan, NNw Yorki 1463. lx, 302 p. tzbte-s: 24 . cm tsibfiograrby; p. 2,51-292. 1. Ptasticizera. r. Title. TP247.7.Df43 1963 r'`1 608.41 R2-8734 ~ Library of Coagres3 s~~ 1 I ~ 3~ 4 ~ 1~~ 0 1 8 -.4
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50255 5624 TD 897 Sa 1975 /PESTICIDF.S/ POL1.UTtON--WATrR/ 1'01.LC11:::i ..~.~j /POLLUTION--SOLID WASTE/ POLLUTION--NOISE/ p INIUSTR1AEPOLWflON EDITED BY N. IRVING SAX Consultant, Environmental Pollution and Industrial Safety and Health a 3 Q o no a') S 3 0 'w ~
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- .....:,_ -- ..:•.r,t.Y.«,.«~•,(,a;•~.1r...:.... .".~.:::..~:...:~M......,..._.. - . ... . .~, 50255 5618 Albert, 11'IL2- J .-~S,',~'C/ -4y1 ~ .~i.:l~.1i 243 r. i.llLl9. 2]. (':^. 0
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50255 5631 l Laraea, L61-da M. `t~ h;Ng'P,it~i. I'B.I~ITIt~C •'i~...S -: 1962 Reiuho? d 323 p~ qec P~:iDlLShing Cor~. 2:L:~ ~aU C 0~ n 0 t1 U 0 9 fi 3 7
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1 I 1 _.....~.~. I - - s02ss-.s6, 3 t / .-.....,.. ' i; 576 Un ~ 7.9:Z +Jt - A ~11 yzt~~ .M'II.;JSIJN I' AGT~?~~ ~ ) . (SGCO~l~+ ir{~.tiOZ3 U. S. EN\'IRO;:NSi:Ni:AL:'i',--'! rCTIOr.° AGe-'i\'CY OfCcc of ~:ir aad W;tt:r Pro;rams Office of Air Qu-ilit; I't,nnin!zaItd Sta::dards Rcscairh 7ri;:ti-,lc i':uk-, North Carulina April 1973 r 0 3 tl 0 ~ 0 09 b 1 SI , / ----- - -- ------ ---- V ~..~.._~---
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{ 50255 5628 IND1?ST$I),I,ITWMTTQW .I1RR; AQ1IEOtIS•'SULU'TIOAIS OF AK10NIUM 75 VIII °el NIx?4T9 IN. THRZ,IGftT Ofi WORK SAFETY. _s,r. . ;~, . . . . ... . .. . ; Przemysl. Chem. 37, 774-7 (1958) jr _.. . -... . ., ..„ , •-,..~ ~. :s By: Stefan Pawlikowski and Stanislaw Bistron The development of production of_ e-caproa.actam, an intermediate in the production of synthetic fibers, hinges on the development of a suitable method for the production of hydroxylamine used in the reaction. Most methods for the production of hydroxylamine are based on the reaction between nitrites and ::ulfites. The most commoa methodsfor the production of hydroxyl- amine are based on the reaction of.sodium.nit ite-with sodium bisulfite to••form 0 3 n 0 n c~ 09 6~
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. 50255 5637 ~ ..-,- x : ; i RESEARCfl, INDUSTRIAL--'KANAGEMEVT/MA.ti'AGEMENT--PLA:lNING/ T 175 Ga 1979 hidustrial R & D Managementl by PDDL Anthony J. Gambino and Morris Gartenberg National'Association of Accountants New York, N.Y. ; v 03cI0r)a09"aA93 I -0~
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DIRECTORIES-AMERICAN MANUFACTURERS/DIRECTORIES--U. S./ PUBLICATIONS/ TRADENAMES/ REF 1977 U. S. INDUSTRIAL DIRRCTORY Q 147 4 volumes: Ca 1977 I. INDUSTRIAL TELEPHONE/ADDRESS DIRECTORY INDUSTRIAL TRADE NAME DIRECTORY IL INDUSTRIAL PRODUCT DIRF.("rORY- 1 -4 `' III. INDUSTRIAL P$01)i'CT PIRECT(1F.Y N-- (Z IV. INDUSTRIALKITERATL'RF, DIRECT , ataloPs & Technical Bulletins by Industrial Product Category (A-Z) 0 3 0 0 0 0 09 b 4 i
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50255 5640 l4~,g'~~!•)To ):iF,hitt;.:i(sici, ,.•~:ti,.l ;. ; ... ..-. ~_. :~. „ . ._,...... _..,_. _..,.,.. _..,: 0 -_..o._-,..-..........,... _,.~.T._ ..___ . . _ - ., .. __ U 3 ~ A n t~ 04 6 4 6 , ~ F ~.. _~ . Mr '..''lky . "'f!'Z''
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~.«.~,.. 0 TD 8&7 a 1977 , S02SS 5623 POLLUTION CONTROL/1dATER--POLLUTION/ PROCEE®!NG FTHE FIFTH ANNUAL _ DUSTRiAL~ POLLUTION G~Of~ FEREIVCE ~ sponsored by the 4ATE R Ai~ a ASTEWATE R EQUIPMENT MANUFACTURERS ASSOCIATION, INC. a 7900 WESTP~-'~R46 DRIVE SUiTE 304 . McLEAN, Vi PG! N!A 22101 o;3 a o n 0 0' 4 6 2V03/893-1520
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R Ih'DUSTRIAL TF.LEPItOttE/ADORESS DIRECTORY 147 Ca 4 Volumes: x- REC'~ORY (A-2~t) OIriIC? D~ 1g7~ r~-Z) II-I17DUSTRIES• PR ARCHER ,III_IRDUSTRIAL PRODUCT nIFECTORY ~ Catalogs and Technical y- IY-INDUSTP.IAL LlIndustriallP oduct Category A-Z) Bulletins by ~ ilj v 't. St.mto.e. Cl 06905 . 30S•~7•t~SO n ,FI ~ ~yq ~ypteata~ • 1t00 Sum^•t SL 4 0 J
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9~ 9 h t! ~.~ u 0V _ (Z9S? ~C:cr..xqa~~ t~?^i.~ s-ol:isTqv15 PrE s'sV p:-u swn.4;-i tui=xh•:1i3u d1Q ax.Aa`:. M v SY sS'a'a?Jo l7d-SuE ti'". 1911 1 OZ9S SSZOS TX
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50255 5636 Ir,rlust.ria1 a~~j`ct matlaric;r,ent Ibyl Gezarge A. Sl}-~iacr Land) 11'illiaan G. Ryan. ttiew York, Jfa-.rnillan I19Gq' xat, 243 p. Iltus: 21 em. (Studies of the mcdern mrporat:cc) An Arkville Press book. ItIL•ttegrapt;tcal references included In "Note3" (p. 1(13-1E8) i Steiner, tYeLrKe A.itwrt, ?912-- 1. Prclnt management. 2. Aercepace induatrtee-'Manaseme-nt. I. Ryan, Wtll!nm G., Jolnt autL'or. it. Title. TS155.S77 Ltbrary of Congress 0 3 a 0 0 0 0 ) 6 4 2 658.5 63-1~'J13 i`~ ` ~ J 134-21
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- ~...V:,.. 50255 5638 , , i J3rowne, "i.it:1rd t:tiarl:3, i911- Tilff C1iC.iYI1~tT'ti' lontl iiit.ll?}' of 11Ulii:;11'::11 1)111111ollttl:\ e;:scs, !).,- 'i. C. Iiromue. S[Irinpfiekl, I11., C. C. t1'vuGl i\, 1Y1 ;•. i!)!ti. _4 c9n. (Alnerican lt•Ctllrft S<'fli's, nn. 3Sl). lectu:es iu livin:; cl:enilstr} i Includes Litil!oerahhiea 1. I.!In's--I)ust di--eas#::. t. Title. 1,. Titie; I,vl ,'• Pui- nlona.y di,cu,e,. ItCi j.i:i G1(i._4 -1C1 -,^) Llur :r, of Congress '1 ti-L, I 0 3 0 0 n 0 0 ) 6 4 4
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.. __.~ _ _..~.~..~ ~ 5b9f OoU0Ur 0 I (sgpln8 ojud¢sSaST43q r. ~*axc>x~ [°:1 30 l:IZex,%njuft} •MD *1'L •d G££ `TTx '496T 'aEasl aZtuo3TiV3 ;o 4l;IIaVnTun '.Sata:~aag =pa •n..-d •af jt~cs~~ •y uZr,o; Sq 'uoZ7ecxs4;at csV'alCA; nQ 9a"ncS -£06? `ut-,.a1a,r, 'ucmoa 6E9S SSZOS
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50255 5632 ~ 276 H missina 6 ~~ ,,.. Ileid;~, ?t;',ui D lndn-3trial process control by statistical r:,etLoc.s. 1et ca. New York, alrGruw-Hill,1J52. 207 p. illus. 24 cm. (\IcGraK•-I1il1 iud+istrii.l oiganlLatiUa aLd mitnn;ement series) 1. IcdaQtrial s!atistics. 2. Industrlal manigtment. t. Ti,lc_ IIA-t().1 6II4 658.562 51-1261F ; Lthrary of Congress J c='~ ~ ~. .
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/ 50255 5629 78 X Pa NICOTINE--SALTS/NICOTINE--PHARMACOLOGY/" NICOTINE -PHYSIOLOGICAL EFFECT/ Compt. Rend., 119, 1273-1276, 1894 THE INDUSTRIAL PREPARATION AND PHYSIOLOGIC4 PROPERTIES OF THE OXALATE AND CRYSTALLIZED SALTS OF NICOTINE ~ Note by Parenty, H. & E. Grasset, presented by M. Brouardel ( in French with co,mplete rNglish translatiori) Cl(lrtiti t,ltmor.oGIo.U1:. - Srm la pr(~raration iirdrtstricllc ct Ics prnpric[e's physiolnbrpics dc 1'vxalatc ct (Ir.s scls crislaIlisc~s clc la it+colinc. Noto do ]1I111. II. PAnr:NTY cl E. Gi:Asser, prescnl~c pu- DI. Brouardel. a~ Q 0 n 0 09 6 3 S i
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,-. 50255 5626 I ~-.. . . ~~ ; AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY NEEDS TO DIVERT INTEREST TO GREATER THREATS - INDUSTRIAL POLLUTION AND DANGEROUS CHEMICALS...._..- 40_.'"i. S. House Representatives (Jones, W. B., N. t. Representative) News Release, Washington, D. C. (1975) (In English) ` *Abstr. in: Congressional Record - House, 1975, p. not given (Nov. 5, f CANCER-CAUSATION/ ~K ULwsb Nu, rANrKC.cr ib X Jo Jonea, W. B. . • (U. S. House Representatives, Washington, D. C., U. S.) . . . . - ..41 . .I . . _ . .... _ -. . - . . • 0 t1. 0 0 9 6 3 2, .. . - .._ .,_.. _. ~ ~~._ - • ~ ...-._-. . . : . ....
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50255 5642 U.S.TORACCO/TOBACCO--ECONOTiICS/DISSERTATIONS--jdASHINGT•ON STATE UNIVERSITY/ TOBACCO--RESEARCE.i RESEARCH. INDUSTRIAL-~-VALUE ANALYSIS/INDU.STRIAL ItESEARCIt/ MANAGEMENT/JC0N0MICS. RJR CLASS NO. TEXTBOOK HD 69 Ra 1975 j ii n R D W amey, . . w'ash., U. S.) P411d~asi Univ St , ., . (o7 (~lashington Ra, THE vETERMINANTS OF RESEARCH EFFORT FOR INDUSTRY LEADERS IN MANUFACTURI. IQ7,s~ Washington St. Univ., Ph. D. Thesia, 126 p. (1975) (in English) 0 3 0 0 n 0 0? 6 4$
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.1 I , 50255 I WASTE, INDUSTTaAL/IdATEr--TL1RIFiCi.TPOLLirt'It)~i--W:,TF.F/1?ASTF. We+TEr/ TD 897 Ce 1973 . / Colmlete 5616 ~~I I -,a I. e., -q" %a 40V t rrv 'S u:CI --~li~ ~ty 6ased on Papen Presented at the Natioi+al Confe.ente on eoepkte WalcRcusc AprO 23-27, 1973 Sponsored by: American hatilute of Cheenical tnginws Enriromxyita, Protection Agency Technobgy iranskr . Eated by tawrence K. cea . ~.......~_ ~...... . -.-......-r~.T.._ . . -..._ . ... . ~_...-._ ~.: -,..,.._..-~._- -v----------- ~- --^-~'-~'.,....+... _.wR.~..c„+~r...,..._ o3QOnoo y-bz2
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50255 5633 ~~olupme 3, f l.+d'`./~ S L N~1 h:JY S E AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERS 345 East 47 Stre.ei -NCw. `!qrN-Y__J.: _1:z Proceedinbs oj thr. !f'ork,hop organized and held under the auspices o/ the AIChG !('ater Committee San Frnucisco, California Alarch 31-A pril 2, 1970 workshop published by ~~ ~ 0 ~i`{' no n CI a 3. . 3 M,f 1•s ' - L L...4 V -c.~e .j p ~ ~ nA ~>: ; - ,, ~ ., rr. . ~,~ ~..rr~' N .1
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50255 5643 1 11 i.iI i• :-i:J_ Tt.al, :;t,tarti;;:,.: oucrt, 1Sa1_ histor-y of AniPrican industrir:d science. New 10i'., Libi?try 1'uiliczll'irs t13J41 953p3 ill:Q. 2,',c.m. Includts b:bllo,,raphy-. 1. U. S.-Indus.-Illst. 2. Inc:ustrtal art.s- -Ilst. Hist. HCP) Lihrar; of Cor,;:~•ss U~ n o n tl o? 6 4 9 ;,. Tcchoclcg-y--
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.... _ .. -.....~,.. ~ i ~5rx~.0-r.: r Jr .ra«r~. r~ v 454 C~A A> ~.,! a~l?41Va s/ ~' ~~1,00f dsrR Or. ~ ••WIf rE '00~ ~ j'v,f !_ teT!,d;v - s o t i'O !w~ sTE~i! iAP --Ajlt ario" Hif•voDOo*'AwA .qArNa031 I N 1'OAl 1* li0a - AA w~GLVfc0 R/'of s--~i<<.yrAaN ; , E stnal C 0 1 ndu q i T~it1 > ok-Mctah Engineering aor~ ~?OlhA Control. mg System Handbook ~ , . : Prevention QI ~ ~ 4tedaY 0 0 ; HERBERT F. LUND
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-......,.,. 50255 5625 METALS--A,*1ALYSIS/CASES--ANALYSIS/AIR--POLLUPION--ANALYS;S/ CARBON,MONOXIDE/NITROCEN OXIDES--DF.TERMINATION/ _. . : . . . . . _. ; I I :,,Z7iDgi CHROMATOGRAPHY OF 1973: T,-~.NVIRONMENTAL LAWRENCE FISHBEIN . S~e'~`. ~ . ~-'"`~,~X.~~. ~°`;~.,~ "~'~'. nark K.erik s"tio.. HAZARD S F..t «r cw ,'"Afumn^ VOLUME 11 n.,r.ow c,nt„fo,rom;e*,ncmP,,,„,,,k ~ METALS, GASEOUS AND 1~rDUSTIUABW~~~+. Ak. vsa. i'+' .t¢nt+ Ir~faiw eJ E~roew'or). rad~ylSls. ~ POLLUTAi~iTy ~ N.rd c&.n.. siol, u,&".,_ : : i UN.r, M. c vsa. ELSEVIER SCIENTIFIC PUBLISHING COMPANY ' ' AMS?ERDAM/LONDONINEW YORR l 3~h.. ~:.... _ 1973 C'" ~~~*d,{r : .. i
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_. a...y,., . , ~.. -~ . , . . , 1I - a JnW7 _. Industsial•.ItaRaatc:h-..ZE,.-s,;, . 1 (1971) U. S. C^vcar:.^ee,-+.t Data Fv,.a.Icjati.ors R& DVOLL`'.::, 1964-1970 a^, 50255 5644 1970 4:z Pegeg U. S. Govazrment Data k~ashir.Rtva3s D. C. Publications I 0~ t~ 0 00 04 k") 5 0 X
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50255 5657 RJR CLASS NO. TEXTBOOK HD 69 In 1982 -.t1rrdustria2 Research Institutvit PERSONNEL APPRAISALS, MOTIVATION AND SALARY ADMINISTRATIIJN. Se:lected papers froM Research ManageMent duri.ng the period 1975-1981 Industrial Research Institute.New York, New York 10017,82, I5N = 5765 0 3 0 0 n 0 09 b b 3 -4
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50255 5656 79 1 Inl Is•P• Industrial RescetchJnatftutw, Incorporated MISCELLANEOUS `dATERIAL 1975(?)--1979 CONSTITUTION, BYLAWS, VARIOUS MEETINGS, MISCELLANEOUS REPORTS AND CORRESPONDENCE. 0 3 0 0 n o 09 b b 2 VI•* .. ~-. I
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50255 5650 TOBACCO--RESEARCH--U. S./RESEARCH--TOBACCO--U. S:/ RESEARCH, INDUSTRIAL--U. S./ - RESEARCH--EXECUTIVES, U. S. INDUSTRIAL LABORATORItS/ Industrialt Reseatch' Laboratories of the United States 17th Edition 10 ;;e82 0~ gcl~eg by Jaques Cattell Press R. R. Rowk.r ComDany
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~...~,.. 50255 5648 HD 69 El 1974 Xerox University FAlcrofllms, Ann Arbor, Micntpan 46106 Ph.D., 1974 kcounting 9HB EYALUnTIa'I A1tU s?7..FCrIa'J OF IJPLMR"` 3 IM~SEIALN AND DJffLOIMV, Pfu)Jf:Cl'S. F:UV'.LWI, Ilrnin AlY. 1939- University of I11irois at Urbana-Qn.mpaign 0 0 3 0' 0 n 0 0 9 6 5 4 4 .~~~ ~ ~~ __ ~~f~i. . _ _ -~,~y : ~., y _.._ _ _. ~ . .. . . :. : . .. . ........~_~.._....-.... ~ ~.......... `. ~_~.....-.... ,~,~..,.~
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4 • .50255 5630 r XVII MeB9-76 ' S.P. : ~ . F.nviroHmealaf A'rafth 1'rrapcetirrt I r~- Vol. 11, pp. 53-57, 1.975 R~s~a~atiQrr-oi:,~aly(~~!=£h{arid~~ ° . ~ by G. F. Cohan* =` i + n [ r r t ~ V e >. ,. ~ L Vinyl chloride (VOI) is unloaded from railroad tank cars or tank trucks into presturizcd storage spheres. VC)I, emulsiGert, and catalysts arc metered into polymcri- lalion vessels wherein f'CC is produced through a chemical reaction ir. an aqucous medium under controlled conditions of tempcrature and pressure. Aftrr the reaelion teaehes a predetermined completion, the eontents are transferred to a secondary vcsael wherein t,team is injected and tlre 1'C%l containing vapors are pumped to a rceocery system. The \'01-eontaining %apurg are eompressed, eooled, condensed, decanted. and recycled to thc process for reuse. The strinped 1'N'C resin w•ater slurry is then pumped to blending tanks where the batehes from multiple reaction vessels are blended for product uniformity. Frnm (lie plaut tanks the 1'1'C resin water slurry is pumped to a dew•aterint; ecntrifure, where appra\iniatcli• !rn'S of (he w•aler is rernuccd and subse- quently discharged to the industrial scuer system. The P1'C resin M'ct cake is eom•eyed from the centrifuge to a flash dryer where essentially all the reuiaininG water is removed. At thi. poinl, the dry resin is buoyant in an air slream and enters a two- stage eulleeliun system for separation of comc)inl; air. The 1'\'C resin is then screened and air-conveyed to storage for bulk shipment, cowpounding, or bagging. Introduction ' about 571,: by weight of chlorine and 93rr of hydrocarbon (ethylcne). Chlorjne is derived Since its commercial introductiott in the frm!t .ctlt in an electrolytic process. Unikd S~es i}~the,qii~l-~3O'~,al1lcattplis f~ I 1t1,lhis country, eth~'lene is based largely on pol,,{{J~in hlJtid, ~l 1'1~/ h>~~' 1~ ~~n apit thaTe and propane obtained from natural gas Sn^s •~, _!a i'1_._ _li+„a;aa. .llw..u)< ];.L,dL ' ;y.iAl _i3 I
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50255 5647 TC --t;?`::Qt r.f : d ~ , ~ 1972 ~4~ ~~~1 . iJ ~ t~ ll ~ ~ ~~j Seve :t„ 'Riifloii FRAhiCIIS Y-IC)DIC]SON ScirnUfc i.5/11Au1 i!xr ldN It o~oonno9 6 5 3 PJt'!jSt',F.L bv FranCs i Ioc'.gson Li.nted p0 Box Britiih isles First edit*.on 1546 Seventh euitior hi.7 1972
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50255 5651 R. J. };eyc:ol::s To'J-.icco Ccnp3Y!y, anA Froduct 7evzloc.me:;t he~.?::~:aaCa, ~cience I-nforwation Division RESEARCH 0'r kIERite`.Pi ii3DL'a'.'`:I°S, by R. J. Rcynolds Tobacco Ccara;ty, Research and Proauct Devex}3p:neut Departm2nt:s, Science Information Division, and ai].:iai W. Meaa Looseleaf For individual titles of paFpr,, seee pamphl.et. d 3n n n t1 44 6 S 7 _ ~'-.
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• 50255 5617 ) SAFETY GUIDES/LAT.%rS AND LEGISLATION/FEDERAL REGULATIONS/INjij0'1j=';4~:,:,T~yMAGE'MEkW OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND HEALTH ACT/FEDERAL REGISTER / 1 T 55 In 1973 ARCHER OSHADEX CARD INDEX SYSTEM(FOR GENERAL INDUSTRY) (ISA'S system of easy access to OSHA Safety and Health Regulations) International Safety Academy 1021 Georgia Avenue Macon, Georgia , 31201 RaV:S:C'- - G~n . 0q'I K ~r...~.. ` 'p7`t • ? 5n" ~. A • uar- ft-M~ 64fi~. y~ OSHADEX has been develeped to provide a convenient reference to the Occupational Safety and i i h h e c ang nP I Health stande.-ds as found :n the Federal Reiister, and to help the user stay abreast of t requirements of the Occupational Safety and Health Act. The cards are designed to give the user basic p,uide:ine information as found in the Occupational Safe- ty and Health standard~, aad 6e additional i:,.=.tructions to locate specific references from which the federal standards were derived. They are not iate-pretations of the l~tw, but verbatim extractions of key guidelines found in the standards and the appropriate Federal Register page and paragraph ref- erences. ._ ,_. - :_,.3_., „! .it a{... (1QT*S efenr~e~r]¢_i~n} MtrPm +}:ASe R1111iects that aDDlV ~ 3 t~ 0 t1 u 0 ~ 0, 2 S
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50255 5653 I MeB7-79 g't ~°F(~~It l?C~i~'~C`'~~'T~FI~,~~~ S.P. DEFIN1 T iUsNS OE RESEARCH AIND DEVELOP,"',;47-NT 0 1 OCTOBER 10073 INDOSTRLIL RESEARCH INSTITUTO, INC. NEW YORK I 0 3 0 o n 0 o~ 6 S 9
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50255 5665 795~ In 1-79COOPERATIVE TECHNOLOGY PROGRAM E1r~LUATION OF (IINE CANDIDATE AREAS FOR INDUSTRY PARTICIPATION AND SUPPORT 15 SEPTEMBER 1979 C~al."R ~$ca'rch Tnstitutc /Rescarcli-C'O~rnoration FOR U, S, DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE CONTRACT No. NB 79-SBCA0039 Q3 0 0 n 0 0) 6 7 1
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50255 5660 ...~..s~;.. ; InA2 I i IndLstrial Pesearch fnstitute, Ccmmittee ov, Federzl Science Trends CONTROL OF GOVERNMENT R&D. 1965 5 p. Industrial Research Institute New York U 3 n n n a 01 6s 6
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50255 5664 79 I In 1-79 CONTRIBUTION OF BASIC RESEARCH • TO RECENT SUCCESSFUL INDUSTRIAL INNOVATIONS. S.p, National Science Foundation Grant No. PRA77-17908 i I.R.I. / R.C. FINAL REPORT °' RIndustfial Research institute Research Corporation September 1979 0 3 o e n n o) b 7 (1 .01
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4 U3 C1 t1 (i p 0~ 66 1 50255 5655 l.ritii F,ATOfiY I:'JTSS, - - OK SIOiPLE 5::nT^a 3 9E3 ~ `=241 s Gaearch Hiatitut.e, Xc;c„ Lc.zk,; N.Y. 1 ~ ...~...~ _.____.
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I MeB7-79 Inei..or iai~Researctr TttS" ttrter;- IriA S.P, TIiE.-ROLE_.OF INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY IN INDUSTRIAL R & D. THE TRANSFER OF INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY{audio casette$) Numbers IRI 0 5 IRI !i 6 Presented by Industrial Research Institute, Inc., Omni International Center, Atlanta, Ga, Oct. 22-25, 1978 (Dr. Senkus) 0 3 0 0 n 0 0 q b b 4
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r . 9 (1 uuviu n , .. -~r ..:.aJ......~J.~J..:..._r.~.a.~+.1......~..~~..~.w.__~.aJ. ~~...A-a..'_-r,4~`_--.._:._.....__.__ . .c......w.~.~_r.~~' ~~.~... VUxay ' c*JTTr•a IaeTa>?r,oT 1951 ; 'L9ST 'TC-6Z TOR;iri ~.~ r 1T~!+ Y Otvui ~ bS9S SSZOS 't i
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50255 S662 Distillation Products Industries, Eastman Organic Chemicals Dept. U.STaAN 0PrAN1C C!i; itICALS. LIST °'C. 42 Catnl.oS a.nd Price List Sept. 6, 1960 229 p. 42 ad. Distillation Products Industries, Eastman Or-wiiz Chemica7s Dept., Rochester 3, 11. Y. - Divistocz of Eastman Kodak Co. 6 ii ~ InA2 n () o 4 h i, a
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- - a, , _.... -- ----- -----=~--'r-""" . , . . .,,...y...~ .,- S02SS 5641 : QD . 1967 2 C. 81 Y.o LABORATORIES; CIiEMICr1L/ ~ ~,~EATISE ON AN'ALYTICAL CHEMISTRY Edited by I. \i. IiOLTII01~ 1'° aaiwoiof Chcir~isiry, University of dtinnesola P ir.r rn T T VI\t~ ri1Lir J. T` La~. ..J Dcpartment of Chemistry, L'riiccr•sity of .11ic1 i iyan and rRDD II. STROSS Shell Dcrclopntciit Concpany C"dEt4ISTRY, ANALY'I'IC/ , Kj ~ RESEAP.CH, INDUSTRIAL/DATA--PROCESSING/AI ; OM.axIt,y/ PART III ,pXALYTICr1L C3i£141STRY IN 7A'DU51'RY SECTION A Anatytical Chernistry in-Industry YOLU3fis I 1NTEI:SCIE:ICE PUr:,ISIIEItS a dttrision of John 1{'ilcf t'~ Sons, A'cw Fork-London-Sydney
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~. _ ...,...",. . ' __ _.----- - - , -- ~ 50255 5668 79 I In;?? R. J% Reynolds Tobacco Company, Research and Product S.P. - Dey6lopment Ddpartments, Science ormation Division KDtiSTRIAI« RESEARC1fi IH3TITU'YL ESEARCH COItPORATIM Collection of ttaterial. December 1979 fl 3 0 0 ~1 0 0 1 6 7 q Winston-Salem, N. C. L
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50255 5652 REF Q 147 In 1982 BUYER'S GUIDE/INSTRUMENTS--BUYER'S GUITHE 1982 INSTRUMENTS & INSTRUMENTATION INDUSTRIAL RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT TELEPHONE DIRECTORY Published by: INDUST3EtIAL RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT 1301 South Grove Avenue Barrington, IL 60010 312/381-1840 TIM BURKHOLDER Group Publisher RICHARD KALLINGEP Business Manager JUDY REXFORD Production Manager BETTY MURPHY Administrative Asst. DBfNONfTRIAL RE:EARCH & DEVELOMADIT, (USPS 508•770) FaOnrry 1982. Vd. 24 No. 2A, Member Amsrk:an Business Press Inc.. and Business Pubticationrn Audit of Circulation Inc. PubGSMd monlhlr .xoept simHrronthly in Fetxuary. by Tacl"cal Publshirp, a oortpany of tln Dun & Bradsvaat Corp., James B. Tafal, CAairman, Jotn K. Abaly. Presidant. Wait P. Ruaie. fouider. Indkatrial Research. ISSN _ O OEU06CRIITIONl~NnOuitltd FifiwcXi Da," k 1frM wlMioiR charya ta quNlMd adar0 aa. anpYrarsa and adrninistratcrs engaged in rnaardh and dav.bpr+wM In fha lkiiNd Stat.s. AI otlw auDwfptions an =3f3 fa one Yaar, and $56 for two years. Addr.sa aorraporW.na ~9!rd!!Q a!b!~1~~.~~°~a ~a!!_t0 k~duratrrl Ruw4A.~ Owalo~~arM, C1raAaria+ D~t _4dgFiM~ Aw., Naw Yal~ IOOtfr .____._. s~.~'. ~6: nln~" ~ ., r . t-'. ..
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50255 5669 i ~'61, 10 'S1t] Afiffiab lZese,rcla ?usti°,4te, T.F..c. lc::ustvxa31 I :+.':S"c.A~:Cti I.:S Tb'tGTa SMev:a, 1963 LS58 23 gsge& ladu;i=rial Etat,earch lu cCacute, T4c. :Iea York , '" o3c~on~0 9 6 75
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- ,..._- - _._ 50255 5659 ! +lk- CORPORATIONS/PI{ILIP `tOP.RIS, U.S.A./R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO COMPANY/ %INUFACTURERS/DIRECTORIES--A*iERICAN MANUFACTURERS/ REP Q 151 In 1977 Wh©'s Tj h 0 IN 1o j1ls Ji0 v"w,tf*-Tftl<Alv I\(:I/R1'OR:ITED 100 I'ARK AVENL'E, SUITE 2209 •~ , NEW YORK, ti. Y. 10017 0 3.~0 0 ~ 0 09 6 6 S212-683.7626 -n'ti-O I0/77 0
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50255 5674 Q 123 Z , 1 ,_. b' . . , i~.'•'E'*', Zimierman, Oswald T?~eodore, 1905- Industrial research service's conversion factors and tables, by 0. T. Zicsnerman...and Irvin 1: ;vl.^•e... Dover, N. H., Industrial research service, 1,9:)1 3rd ed. 680 p. 16 cm. 0 n n- 0 0 4 6 A (1 "' 'qs .. R~.- . . __ ,~
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b~ 9 6 0 U U U U f' t~ g,:xOx *V-0tzE[u 3c-,ya--OO-t L4cT 'LS ;t ;V(1^:'0_T E99S SSZOS
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1 9 3 9 E 0 0 U U U£ U •ds ~'96 t `U~Tl ~N~WN1l~A~J ~O `10b1 N0~ ua ZtuI I I-- t99S SSZOS _ ..~.._ _~_.... ~ ...,,..~-
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50255 5670 y5., • ~.... ~ i._ 1. . . . t'r i t i t ~ G ri s~'~' .'• i, r. •I "`• -Df . . . CQMM'-'.^_Lll v:~itihq J:11'i,r;t _ •.._. in'Canac'w. ":v. o~ ". '3. Dir-, kensk it tf3wn - ~~ ,Iat{onal :~Gssarc:z Council, 1952. 17 p. 26 ^i:. ~~1V1Si~'a of T~i;ilc:y:'1',* Technical roport no. 1). ---•--.. - < 0 30 0 n 0 0 7 5 7 b ~
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79 I Inl-79 g .p -- ~ A SURVEY OF INDUSTRIAL INPUT TO R&D PLANNING / FOR USE OF HIGH-TEMPERATURE',SOLAR ENERGY Contract No. 955196 V'California Institute of Technology Jet Propulsion Laboratory 't May 1979 IN CHEMICALS ANDj,FELS PROCESSING FINAL REPORT :ub-Contract under NASA Contract No. NAS7-100 Task Order No. RD-152 I.R.I. / R.C. Research,Corporation¢ ~ - 10 3 0 0 n 0 0 ) 6 7:~ 50255 5667 ~ ~ , l/ , ~, ' / ~ ~ ~ \'1 ~ ~ ,i, -0
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~ ' ~ ~ ~ .. .. _.. _ , .l.yi'_'=-... , ,. ~.. "..i~'a...::~:. . . . . ...._. . .. . .. . .,._....__. ,. , ~ ! ) 11 i 7 industrial 8obats. ' St 1(1971) 50255 5680 arci l`• O'.: a :ti=A i-RIC+i l:. st'l tt! t@ Mc ;.smz PLA:::Ir+c s::!::7:,cE - REs.,Uc;x <::.:'::i.! S. 1«64--to c.tnvC BOokl@ts3 '_: _?_YO Pti1Ck, California ti. .-.. , ~.......... . ~. , . ~........,...+.rwr-+.~r+w - .--ro 0 3 0 n r1 i) 0 4 A A fi f , -7- -'r 41 -.,_.
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50255 5677 iQ ~173 iZ I~u~ar~ ree«ai~t s Arvl'ctw`s fiondbcok Zim-.errran, Oswald 1r.eodore, 1905- InAustrial rescarch service's nandt-eo:c of m.aterial trar'e nares, ry 0. T. Zimnerran... I "- anr3 Irvin Lavine... Dover,, N. H., Industrit1 ?e~ research servi^et 1946., 1953, Supz-'l. I anci 1i ,!•:<'~. for 195:i od. ~~ ~ 2. xi, ~03 p. 24 cm. ]
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50255 5673 Zinimermam, 0swa1d Thendor~, 19)5- Chemical ennineerinr )aborrntory equipn;eilt ; dcsi-n, struction, nperation, by 0. ';'. Zimrapr:n; R ... and I.1-it) 3.•..- vine ... Dover, N. U, Industrial researcl) service, .:1t.>. ai. F:30 p ti;cl. ilius. tnbie-~<ii ;srs. .^•.3} ctr.. (On coLer: (:Lr.-mic,i', enginerriri~z equipment serie3, 1) "An outgrowth of Unit orcrxticn3 laberatory e4;uipetcr.t was pubCshed iu mitneogranh,:ci form in two clltions, !r, :X4 :: 1940."-11r.4. Includes bilil[ographIcai suierence?. 1. Chewtcai envineering-:\nharatus lind sunplies. 2. Caeu!ic-t +_ r+• Qineerinr* 1alwratoric•s• r. Lacir.e. Irvin, 1`)U-- Jc•iut au u. 1ndustrial rt-irurch :=vrvt^e, livv*~r, 1. Ii, TP157.'1.I7 FSCO•78 4'--- i;' `+; Library of Cor.gress ~,3!:r''1 © 3 Q n nn 07 3 7 9
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......w. . ...:.. _..._.. _,_.. . 50255 5675 . _ _.. . .. - - . _. ----._... _ _._.._._...._........~ _ _. i:o vsr, Ir'. a. Zimmerman, Oswald Theodore, 1905- Industrial reeearch service's handbook of material !:: ,ie names, bv 0. T. Zimmerman ... and Irvin 1.. vine ... N.1I., Indttstrial research serrice, 194C., ].95„ JuJ +. ,1 ' zl W3 n 24 em alYI II Ior ay5:: eJ Cover title : Handboog of material trade name:,. Dictionary arranbement. 1. CSemstry, Teehnical. 2. TradH-warks. r. Lerine, Irvin, 1W2- j - olnt author. rr.Industrial research seL v ice, I)over,,l. H. TP151.Z5 6G0.2 4Cr-1GI0 Library of Con;reti t5V'21 ~ 3 0 ~ n t~ n a~~ 1 -- , Y
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50255 5676 917 Industrial research servica's ps3•chrott:otric talr.?..s an,.i ' V, charts, by O. T. Zimmerman ... snd Irvin i.avin© ... Dover, ~ N. 1i., Industrial research service, 1945. , aN9 PQ.(l ycv)- ?c, i oZC .-~nd (~ vtl, 162 p. diagra. 22}:28; cin. s,~ ; ~ p OL "Betcrences" : p. 10-1L ' QC Zunnternan, Oswald Theodore, 1Jt15-- ~ 1. Humidity. z. Lavine, Irvin, 1902- joint r.uthor. Ti. I^dr,a- trial research service, Dover, N. H. tn. Title: Peychrometrfc taiLLa and chart9. Library of Congress QC"a17.Z5 45---da7 i ~ t51q1I 5K1.57 o 3 t3 n n fl 09 o,. 2 I __-- 't,~"~,....:~ ~
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.. t" jAGRICULTURAL RESEARCiI/ 50255 5666 RESEARC:I--U. S. COVERNMENT/U. S. DEPART?trNT 0? AGRICULTURE--BUDGET/ ~ U. S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICUL'rURF:--SERVICES/ ~ 1 ~ INDUSTRY ASSESSMENT 79 1 In OF U.S.D.A. POST-uARVEST 'I'ECF_r?OLOOY RESEARCH FINAL REPORT U.S.D.A. Contract No. 53-32R6-8-00005 Project Coordinator: Dr. Harold S. Ricker, U.S.D.A. Principal Investigator: Dr. Robert W. Cairns Staff for IRI/RC: Howard K. Nason, President ` Willis H. Waldo. Operations Manager ~ 0 3 0 0 30 August 1978 d-= G310a
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:T -;7nt,Z?, 7 ' ® . III. IND[3SifRIAL RESEAREY$ LA,BORATORY ORGANIZA3'IOi ~ ,; Jr~ h, o~ /yf ~ rC 50 ~t .~<< *ti o r C orsmEYIM as a work situation, the P.E.C. laboratory has niany srnall work groups whose members are interre- lated and motivated by sentiments, values, and goals. Its formal organization' is characterized by largeness of size, a hierarchical structure, a centralized allocation of power, spccialization of task, and a tendency to set dotivn broad rules and re,,alations in Vriting. The laboratory organiza- tion is set up to include both its goals and the requisite be- ha%!or to achieve them. These characteristics do not deRne all the possible organizational patterns of interaction, but thcy do set out a s%•stcm of expectations for tha naernbers of the laboratory. Attiw same time, as has i)een pointed out, the P.E.C. laboratory is tied into the la.r~"^r or~aniz~tion of the arl;~'~tic~ asf~ scQic•c0: ciT#~)- i~its~f•ent4l goals. '!'his study Is cYmcerned rrimmily %+•:th the internal stntcture of the lw~' .00 ---~•------.__~ _•.~
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50255 5681 XXI Me-73 S.P. 353bGG A9t-Di6 +JA 732i514 ~ Glacose Isomerase recovery - using anionie ion exchan- ' , ge••. I Recovery (in 50-BCr,) comprises treating Uie reaction sotn. ot,td. isometising by glucose to iructose by glucose isoznerase, :a PH 6-10 with an ar.ionie ion , exchaneer, and elutir.g glueoscisorncras_ absorbed on the ion exchanger with 0. 5 r.^.o1. :<Ci soln. The ion exchar.gcr used ia e. g. DEe\E-SeY:adex (RTbt) DEAE- Ccllclose, TEaE-Ccllutose, AE-Celtutose, Gi:-Ccilulose F.CTECI.A-Cc1lu!o<_, ctc. 18.6.70 u~~"2979 Cl!d- 13/so5 Co7~(29.6.73)`t!!Dlf"?CL-fEl1ICt`~Ilr{Tl~2~~°'.'~ ~ NOLbdi~"• . I . t 87 I
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, 50255 5687 .. ~..~,~ c ~Ref. ~ Q INliCS:''i, ';;1~ a~:;vL~u; ` 123 ~1 Me kIslr.m, lbu~t . •.~c:rrr.•r,r~~ Gnavrv~rro ,~•••^un~~• iCtI1 473 _'e:,:: u PNii. 't"". ~ 3 tl n t1 a E3 °a ri 9:~
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. ~.~..:~., , 50255 5649 Indtrst>ia~ reseerehand- davelvpment, inWigibNP-capitat starcks;4-and-firm profit rat@s+a , Henry G. Grabowski Duke University and ~l 0'Dennis C. Mueller Univenity of Maryland This paper performs a cross sectional anal Y.sis crf firm prufitahilit}• to determine N•ltether firm inrestnrent.c in research and clerelupme•nt (R&L)) arc, u.suurre of above-average returns. Aceounting profit rates are aJiustee! to tctke account of firm capital outlays on R&D and ac/rertising (i.e.. investments in intan,;iole capital). Then, with the use uf a strac'ture-perfvrmanc•e regression ,nodel, theso adjusted profit rates are rc;t;rc•ssed nn t•aricuu.s drtc•rntincart variables iru•lrnling a measure uf thefirnt's .stuc'k uf R,.t- D c'api!al. 7'kis anah'sis imlic'atc•s that finn.c in 3 n r~~ •a ~1-i ,n e~ !tl.lMric~.~' arn si:~t~rc'anilY above-average rPt7Un.c on their () RScU c~upil. ~iese~ic•s'f~lts ifre r~~bust t~~ altc-rnutit't~ assunrptiuns cunctrninK dc prcc'iatic~n rates ancl uthc•r ntuc/c•f spec•ifie•atir,n changes. ~.-_ _ ots t -- -
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50255 5686 SOLVENTS/HYDROCARBON SOLVENTS/AROMATIC HYDROCARBONS/HYDROCARBONS,FLUORP3ATED HYDROCARBONS, CHLORINATED/HYDROCARBONS, BROMINATED/NITROPARAFFINS/ SULFUR COMPOUNDS, ORGANIC/METHANOL/ETHYL ALCOHOL/ALCOHOL, MONOIiYDRIC/ PROPYL ALCOHOL/ISOPROPYL ALCOIIOL/BUTYL ALCOHOL/' ISOBUTYL ALCOHOL/ ETHYLENE GLYCOL/GLYCOLS/PROPYLENE GLYCOL/GLYCEROL/SORBITOL/PHENOLS/ALDEHYDES ETHERS/KETONES/ACIDS/AMINES/ESTERS/ QF 123 Me 1977 IND VST1 lI1"1L... SOLH Ei t7TS.. HANDBOOK Second Edition Ibert Mellan YNOYES DATA CORPORATION Park Ridge, New Jersey, U.S.A. 0 3 ~ 0 n0 01 6 4 2 1977 ~;~p~.... ~ . ~ ;~.•..i' ~~~ i-'Se:llp!!Yi~!- r . -_".:1.: _ ..~ .._-_._. _ ~ _" ,.--~,......~...-.............~.+rr..~ •-....._...-..._..~...._..~.~......~
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50255 5692 IrJuatrlal Standkxds J.1:34J.4!,it e :: 1::G SEatrlCE - 'r'" :C-i .. w 4.....__'a '__..s.. :'.. ~.. C~.'.i{.' ~t -01 0 3 c o rt Cl 0 4 6 9A n
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--T ~~. ....:-~:..:..,_ . .,__..4...._...,_ _: ,~~.,..~...... ~~- 50255 5674 c„rdt O' ov ~arf, or;,r.'v • -.~r~'.s.~ F ooo -- r,c ~ 7`N /I Pte, CDc /8'9V i ~Qrd ~ ' t INDUSTRIAL RHEOLOGY , %vith parti"'ar- reference tv foods, pharmareuteca}a; znl cosaetem- P. SHERMAN. Unilever Research Laboratory Wehtiyn, Hertfordshire, England 0 3 n j n n 07 bA S ~ ~
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50255 5690 INLi.TSTRL1 rL ANU F?.. L.~-~:.3,, T"i .o . . .. . . ....~s. > ~ r ,.' L. ._... . . F.. .... . . .. , . . . . , . t!Iosher, Robert H Ind!istrinl and s_>ecialt,y pnpers, prepared by a stai'i of specilli::ts under the editorship of Roberf H. \fosl:er a, d Dale S. Davis. \'ea- York, Chemical t't:b. Co., 1t-)Et3-• . .. v. tl lnn. 2;i cm. 11. -' V, 1 "A complete reciston of ~the ed[tors') °mc~elty papere (1(rJ; ind of Technolory nt coated and Drocessed papers (isy2)" Includes bibliographies. CoNTErrs.-v. 1. Tec:inoloay. 1. Palx:r coatings. 2. Yrpcr rnnl•inG ^rd trade. I. Daria, I-aie Stroble, 1l*1- joint anthor. u. Titl,~. Ta1i09.1ic9s Librarf of Congress ! ~ 676'.2 61~4Y5 13, 6 9 6 -1
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50255 5685 Inclmt.,>¢3.+rl eoIver_rs: ) TP *?ellan, Ibert. 7 ~ Industriiil solvents. 2(l ed. New Turk, Peililiokl, M 1 x, 758 p. diahrs., tables. 24 cm. 1 3 Includes bibliographies. ~ I 1. Solvents. 2. Chemistry, Technical. 3. and industry. i. Titlei TP247.5.\I41950t..1 660 L:hCUrY ot , o3 nnna 0 4 6 9 i -A
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Dfacivicce, H fi Industriai specificatious. New York, Wiley (1933, 1.RS p. ll'.ns. 24 cm. 1. SpeciHcattoas. L'Tltte. TA180.aL 658.01 53--1&1E0 ; Library of Congress (b-,Q 101 9 7 yrA 1• _ .. ~~ • =q•.,~w.p• ~ y}~+t~ t677lt."'1'~SIr'~,'~,... x .4
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Socony-Vacsu2a Oil cc-mpany, Inc. Ibi12ITSTAIAU . S+QF,YMi1 1946 VariousZy paged Socony-VAcuwn Oil CoaipEay, Inc. ......._t..~.._r.......... o ~ _~~:._ o.. .~ n :: n p m ~°~' I ~ _ .__..., .-__ i
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0 TS 1109 Mo 1968 -i9•7o 50255 5689 ~ 1~'~~~*+~~=~t~~3~~ AlD> RE UALTY"'PAPERS Volume I-Technology .. Volume II-Manufacture Volume III-Applications Volume IV-LProduct Development Prepared by a Stati of SpeaaLsb Under the Editorship ot s Robert H. Mosher Dbtctor, New Bwintss DevtfoFinart JChnbnlpClork Corpormlow a~td - Daie S. Davis " hofestor k'intritta. Prdp and Paper Technoloay University of Alabcma CHEMICAL PUBLISHING COMPANY, INC. New. York 1968 -I9 yo . ,...: -. ..----~--.•---s-~-------'y~ 0 3•:n n n n n~~ 9 S I
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50255 5678 kF'K~search, '°itr ih~• , n ~ t ngdorrn ~ Former title: INDUSTRIAL RESEARCH IN BRITAIN. i A reference guide to organizations and establishments ~ Ninth edition ; Consultant Editor ~ ~ Trevor I. Williams, MA, BSc, DPhil, CChem, FRIC, FRHistS ~ FRANCIS HODGSON i an imprint of Longman Group Limited 0 3 n'0 ~~ 0 4 b R 4 ~ ~3 it t Ki -- _ .._...:~..~._..._...~_..._~...
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J~LY,.... " 50255 5682 ~ r:zu PaCD:;cT _trra r - -.. . . I ~ LEV• LT iI• ~. .... D 1 .....~c~a. ,. . ... ~ .-.•~.~ ~u... .~.. 3~ "3j , 0 3 0 n+1 fl Cl 4 fi R R
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50255 5683 Sheh ermai., Nathan W The Sheflerman personnel sr;r,!iva,t,ion woai Clins, N. J., PrQntica-Hall E 1961, 222 p. ttlus. 29 Cm. praoram. l:agi~ ! i 1. Personnel management. 2 Indnstrtal vocloia". I. TtUe. HF5549.S52 658.3 61-143J: Llbrary oY Congress (153 I 0 3~l n n n o4 bA 9 , - .~.~. _ ..:...~...~:.«_:.. •.~..._,...~.:..:._.:.:~M.~__~,. ._. ._. . _ . .. . . _ HF Industtial So-,'ala.u ~ 5549 ° `
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50255 5695 ~ Ref ; tIA I(!.- l."~ ~~V I If' j !•I Dacamber :9+ib 212 p.; Washl.ngton and t;^ ficn4c U. S. W-4-.~LOOK, xgS7, dFr=JSTRY BY ~ ; ~ Indt~~.si22 -Ststist{ZS. U. S. i`ept•, of Co=_rce, Businese Se)rvir;1.u :::mini--tratfon qG• t~ ~ 7 tt 1 u 3 f7 n n n
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\ •~ _.. . . _. ... - .. __ _ _ .. . _.,,~ '" -- --- - - - .....~..:,~..,.~.........~..~..~ ~ .. ~ . ... .. TOBACCO--MNUFACTURE AND TRADE--FORF.CAST/T03ACC0--CCO:;()~'TCS--STI'.TISTTC:,L D.a: INDIiSSIAL- S=ATISTICS / I NDUSTP.Y--U : S.--ECOKO:MI CS / FORECA.S'*I ::!:--BUS S/ RJR CLASS ::O.TEM:UGK :' A 15) 5 U. S. Departraent Co=aerce, Washington, D. C. , U. S. ` U. S. INDUSTRIAL OUTLOOK 1975. WITH PROJECTIONS TO 1980. U. S. Dep. Cowm., Washington, D. C., 432 p. (1974) (in English) LJ ~ / *1974, No. 22, W 5362* *d* Tobacco economics: . r--.».------..-.--...-...,..- .... ......r.,~,..~ .. . --...,..,.~..- .. 0 3 ~ 0 n n o~
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1: U L E' 0 0 u. U U£ 0 .,. ~ . ~ snXpn~.. I,aacien,~e .. ~e zos •E;.zbe;ti •d (Z) ~ ' (GIuT) 'o0 uo~u~no.r- ~ pLa ~. .Pc") PZ rtQ ~ 7~ I:us Tc}.z{Jnt)uT o!~ • ';'.c e(-* u_-ri 4xii"IT;r.4LiG,'? y i 1 L69S SSZOS , ~. . ...ft..- .-
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50255 5694 <11~- 276 F k ~ • _..-. _. . , . .- . .....,. .__ .. ..: . . _. ,_. .. . M l ~.s~ ON ~ 1}6 '~ntiua t.: i~~ st•a`.•+_; ~iC3 . w+~.~ lo ' j~ • ; reeirk;s+, 14ar-eld Adc,1; h. - IuFlu,tritl ::t>;tistics; statisl-iint te;:~:~~irts:e a7+t~1-e+1 to prcl- Ierr.s in indtt-±r:a1 me.rarca and quatity contrct ;by; 1{. A. FrceiYtmt \ca 1r.rk. J. Wiify & so»s, inc.; Lou:;an, Chapn::+n & :',a'.}, liniiieo, : tx, (lt, 1731). tncl. tables. e}i:lgrs. :3jc:n. "The tnaQtsc"ipt ... hns for the (wst several y'eor9 formed thc hiyi-3 c*f a ono-acrnle-Ater con!ve iu 1n,uustrial statir!lc~. 1':conomici :o, ;:vv;i ttt tl!P. 'MasBaC'hl:~wtta icsatute uf techaology:'-i'ref. "References": p. 15A-1f32. L 4tatlst:c9, r. Title. Librnry of Congrea, 0 3 ~ n n~ ) HA29.Fti3 4?-1oJ,1q ia4'Jfll Tww'tlm- si'~r
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50255 5705 . ;I ISt7 Iru+ustriai Taxtiles 1(1S68) oczS ~;e,:e.ir.;:,i i.{3*_it:,:tc ;iOCICl$rd O~ 1/ \1 ,1 11 0 9 7 1 1 "1 _ . . _..___... _.._...~~_...r.~....... --'--._-..-- -._J
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J STARCH-DERIVATIVES/STARCH--ENZYMES REACTIONS/LNZYMES--STARCH/ADHESIVES/FILMS/. CHEMICAL TECHNOLOGY REVIEW-NO. 23 . 321 Ja II~IDIJSTRI~.~.~- . ST~iRCH]~~~. ~. -:1974 WES DATA CORPORATION Pxh Ridq., N.w J.rs.y London. England , 1974 t Ronald W. James ~~ P~a~~.,~ ~~ ~~ , 11 FtlJr.,,,
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• 50255 5700 ORGANOtiETALLIC CO'iPGU1T)S/ SYNTHFSIS, ORGAPIIC/ ANNALS OF THE NEW YORK ACADEMY OF SCIENCES VOLUME 125, ART. I PAGES 1-248 1 . May 28, 1965 Editor Associate Editor HAROLD E. WHIPPLE HURD HuTCHtNS t I nD INDiJSTRIAL SYNTHESIS AND APPLICATION9 Otar 411 4ilGlti+POMS'3'Ail.i&# Ne 1965 Conference Cochairmen WILLIAM I. CONSIDINE AND MlNORU TSUTSUI CONTENTS I Opening Remarks. By WtutAM l. COtrstoiNe AND Mu`o.u Tsunut 3 tfon Aryl. oc f M ta1 Halides with Organomenllics. By W. J. CoxsrouM_.._ 4 0 3- 0 ~ "`y~ d--~' -f~ .6 _ . - ; - - - - -- . 0
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~ .ea7~'.'~`......,.- f. _.~_~ 50255 5701 79 II Be - Beckman Instruments, Inc. TOXSYS INTEGRATED LARORATORY UWORMMO/k $YS7EM FOR TOXICOLOGY RESEARCH Bulletin No. 8700 Oct.,1979 0 3 o q R n t) 7 7 Q 7
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. 50255 5704 DIRECTORIES--AMERICAN MANUFACTURERS/DIRECTORIES--U. S./ PUBLICATIONS/ TRADI;NAMES / REF 1977 U. S. INDUSTRIAL DIRECTORY Q 147 4 volumes: Ca ~ 1977 I. INDUSTRIAL TELEPHO*tE/ADDRESS T)IRECTORIF INDUSTRIAL TRADE NAME DIRECTORY IL INDUSTRIAL PRODUCT DIP.ECTORY- A--M III. INDUSTRIAL PWbi'CT DIRECTORY- N--Z IV. INDUSTRIALv'~ITEP.ATURF. DIRECTORY(Catalogs & Technical ---- --- -Bu1letins by -Industrial Product Category (A-Z) t 0 3 0 o n o 0 9 7 I 0 a
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T 50255 5707 55 POYLUTION--AIR/ TOXICOLOCY--ACUTE TOXICITIES/IN'rlALA'TION/ Aa CHEMICAL• COMPOLNDS--TOXICITY/ IN'D419't'R-M~';'= fC0l=}- AIR--POLLUTION--COLLECTED WORI:S/ 2 C. DOCUMENTATION OF THE TIIiIESHQLD LIMIT VALUES _ ~.. for Substances 3n ., .,.. Workroom Air . . . . . . a _ ~ _ . _._~ . _~-. AAIERICAN CONFERENCE OF GOVERNMENTAL INDUSTRIAL HYGIENISTS . _ . ~ Third Edition 1971 ` : ~~;..~. 0 3 0 0 n o 0 3
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. ~ j I _ -,....,., ~. _~_._._..._. .~ -^- ._ ~i . .. . ._...- _ _. _ . Y., 50255 5695 ., . ,. . °~.~ Ti Lewis, Warren Kendr.ll, 1892- 168 ... Industriul stoichioiuetrS•; chemical calculat;ons of L manufacturing processes, by Warren 2G Lcwis ... and Arthur H. Radasch ... lst ed. New York Ietc.I DIc(;raw- Hill book company, inc., 1926. ?d, ec. IaS:;. ai, 174 p. diaers. 23; em. (Chemical engineerine series) ;'o ed. 4.~9 p. illus. <4 cm. 1. Chennicnl engir,eerttog-Froblems, exercises, etc. r. &idasch, Arthur }L, joint author. rL Title. 'I'I'16;+.Ir18 fi '~ 26-10657 !:. Librnry of Congress t53g11 ti.
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\ I S0255 5699 1 73 I Inl The lnternutionul Technical Information I):~~r~Ltc To.xWn.~.:aCM/ara m:; 1 6 S/ashsr.,o~iu. wnarau. Tu~r". Jr.an. Tet.(03j :03•I301. Cao1e: KAtGA)GiJUTSl1KE THE \IOST EXTENSIVE & QL'ICf'I:ST f.FS:::,^.CH SERVICE O\ lAi'AXF:SE TECIIXt)LcXACAl. PcULUf'MEXTS e- tdFW FroM JAPkP! . _ D1trLY 1APAxEZ-r 1aKs:YL'ai sbN~wlrCt"~ItT ~ . ~. . I tf: lI II \o.•rm hcr !. 1973 Starl - Annual Sub>crip:ion -Y 5OO.OW (l: S. ; _°.OJi:) {:ate / 1'ubtist:ed 1)aily E\cept Sat.& Sun. RN FRC': JAP.N is a new daily r^search service ITI is introducing solely for the benefit of the forEic,n fir::.; interestud in the m;:st up-to-date infor.-a:ion on tech- nological developmcn;s appearing in Japan 1•rhich is one of the most pro,ressive and fruitful swri:;•ts of the world for their business opportunities. Such extensive and daily research service is a ne~ venture that has never been of- fered L.iore. 0 3 n n n n 01 7 0q /
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.. y.rw~.. . 50255 5671 1 0 /y9 {' j\i (!v ~Y ilfi~llrs~tf ati 'Nai?UIiill Ac:.(lemy of iCI:?1,^,tst tt _t ,Z0• /Yril ~ search I C. /S / v. '~e4 rtu. ~ f%~~~ ~ 13. fur 1'J'=ti w lsaie\fa~'~te~2o (acil'g 15111etia (Q?:.\"92 ;:o. ~, asitsl'uL•11c.:t_>n319, t t hl:biishcd for tne (:'.,urciis tesear.^n Infortr~:,.• tion 3er. c~. Title ~arlr~: iA20-21. !:esearc•h luborat'?ries i;t Icdlstrir,l e3t:lt:lfbh- . . , I '~f . rneuts ot thi: t'niteYl atates, iu:luding a.u5;at;cg r~'searea luJJra- tories (7aria~Sll,htl9) ()ther sli&Gt :^r:ations fu tit'•^. Industrial-IT. !4. 2. L1b'iratot•les. 1. ?'ation•il F.e- I:esc'arct+ 1 , . ?;.A-:~P, search Couuei.. (Series: \aitonal ltesezrch G:uncii. 23ulletiu. --- 607 21-2602•?, rev 3* Library ot Cout:ec9 ir3t uf~ T17 G.I -35 f 03 0 0 n 0 0) 6 7 7
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50255 5703 ---- 1.S. e~fK02'~~ 975 U: t~ ~d~st7 ~~~ ~:d . . • • •• • R/Y!~ 144 NN • • • . ~AlV.aR~nO~ , 147 Ca 197/ 4 Yolumes: I-I11Dt1STRflF~ TELEPilOt1E/ADQRES~ ~RE~R ~~E II-INDUSTP.IAL PRODUCT DIRCCTORY (A-M) •III-IhDUSTRIAL PRODUCT DIRECTORY (N-Z) ~" IY-INDUSTP.IAL LITERATURE DIRF.CTORY (CatalogsAa) TechnicaL Bulletins by Industrial Product Category v ,-q c.n~«• sl. . sIYMIpd. CL . 06YOS • 20S•W•2450 (Y n - U 1 7 (l 9 , ~~~
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So25S 5688 RA 576 Br 1973 David L. Brenchley Assistant Professor of Environmental ARCtIEF. Engineering, Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indian a C. David Turley Engineer for the Indiana State Board of health, Indianapolis, Indiana i , Raymond F. Yarmac Consulting Engineer in Greenfield, Massachusetts t ' ann arbor science PUE3LISHERSINC. It-----------~~~' POST OFFICE DOX 1<25 • ANN ARBOR. M(CHIGA'J 43105 03 n n rt t1 o 4 b 9 4
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.,.,...,,,.~~....r._. TOXICOLOGI( FETY MEASURES/TERATOLOGY/ BEHAVIORAL TESTING/AMES TYPE TESTING/ American Chemical Society 1981 copyright APPROACHES TO SOLVING INDUSTRIAL TOXICOLOGY PROBLEMS 8 cassette tapes: 4 USING ACUTE TESTS TO DEFINE THE PROBLEM . USING SUBACUTE TESTS TO EVALUATE SAFETY , 3. APPLHING TOXICITY DATA TO WORKPLACE PROBLEMS •4.. MANAGING TOXICOLOGY INFORMATION S. ASPECTS OF CANCER TESTING 6. ASPECTS OF REPRODUCTION, TERATOLOGY AND BEHAVIORAL TESTING 7. EMERGING AREAS IN TOXICOLOGY. f
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50255 s71t . Gangadhar Choodhary, Earrojt National Institute for Occupational Saf ety and Health Based on a sym ainm p A C S S Y M• O S I U M 3111 E31 T V aponsored by the Divisioa of A_MlfICAM CMIMICAI tOC1ITT ~ MAfMIMGTOM, 9. C. t el1 0 3- n 4 n o 0 9 7 1 NTAL MONITORIMt/ Chemical Hazards in the Workplace Measurement asd Contrd 7 Chemical Health and Safety at the Second Chemical Congress of the North American Continent (180th ACS National Meeting), Las Vegas, Nevada, August 25-28, 1980. -0 Bound
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Cr ,7` I ti uG ~' c% a:*v' r,:r-• ~ 5 0255 5709 u f 0 . ~ Amek ican Nado,)-i.ud Star 0-1 ard r ~k•~~.O~,r,r~ ~~~,r~~~~ C©ll.~" (,:yz~~°c tict~ of ~ T; ~,;~e~.~cury Approved January G, l9•13 f American A lAational Standards Institute, _nc . 0 3 0 0 n 0 0 9 7 1 5 AnsiI itcailirmed 197, % c ~~,
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50255 5720 . 55 In ~ PDDL Pptty, Brr.a:;.A. (ed.) 7. ~ _i. i ~-- Indutitriat t3xicotvgy '), V. 1552 2ad rew. ad. I::terectence Puolltshers X:,:rl-, o.~~onon ~7 xr, :.
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REPRODUCTION/DDT/CARCINOGENESIS/CYTOCHROME P 450/OXIDASES--ACTIVITY/ HEXACIILOROPHENE/RESPIRATORY TOXICOLOGY/BEHAVORIAL TOXICOLOGY/ INDYS?RIAL TOXICOLOGV SMOKING AND FiEALTH/TOBACCO--SMOKING--HEALTH EFFE RA ? ESSAYS I1! JOXICOlilOGY SOLVENTS R-SAFETY HAZARDS/ CARBON MONOXIDE/ „_ 1976 V 0l®me 7 OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY Cl HEALTH/ Edited by WAYLAND J. HAYES, JR. A C A D E M I C P R E S S New York San Francisco London • A iUESID(ARY OF HARCOURT DRACZ JOVANOVICH, PUBLISHERS 0 3 0 0 n 0 0) 7 23
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.,r.. ...,....,,.. 50255 5718 CHEMICALS-SAFETY MEASURES/ TOXICOLOGY--ACUTE TOXICITIES/INDUSTR1+Ah•:TQXICOLOGYJINDUSTRIAL CHEMICALS/ The International Technical Information Institute . UllS1R1AL fuDChEMICALS SAFETY G1ANUpL f. ty9: '~ FOR HANDLING AND DISPOSAL WITH TOXICITY AND HAZARD DATA Published in Japan in 1975 by the International Technical Institute, Tokyo, Japan ~-k{-ixT ~th 03~0~~0 ~7~4 _- , ~c~4~,r»> . ~.- , . .r.
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-, - ... ,.,. - I .M .:,~. -.. . w-l~...~....r:.+~..u ,. ~ ,...i..r.......,.e '......: iY../L...7- 50255 5724 73 AMMONIA/AIR--POLLUTION--IIEALTEI EFFECT,/INDUSTRIAl TOXICOLOOY/ III TOBACCO--SMOKE--AMN40NIA/ Re3 S.P. R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co., Research and Product Development Departments, Science Information Division. TOXICITY OF AINQIONIA. A COLLECTION OF MATERIAL, 1M Winston-Salem, N. C. cl a 9 7 3 p •
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_ ..~....~,.. . . - -# INDUSTRIAI. HYCIENZ/11NOM 1~COMM/MIC -SUBSTANCES CONTROt ACT/' "?55 571! ~1 _ WATER--POLLUTION/SAFE DRINKING WATER ACT/FEDERAL WATER POLLUTIO;; CONTROL ACT/ASBESTOS/CANCER--CAUSATION BY CHEt4ICALS/LAWS & LEGISLATION/ U. S, =*-ZATJR 6'Z'EGISLATION/ TOXIC SUBSTANCES CONTROL SOURCEBOOK. OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY & HEALTI;/ DITORS E REF Q 123 Mc 1978 & Q 123 Mc 1978 Alexander McRae The Center for Compliance Information Leslie Whelchel The Center for Compliance Information CONSULTING EDITOR Howard Rowland The Rowland Company Z~ " t Fl a AN ASPEN PU4LICATION THE CENTER FOR COMPLIANCE: INFORMATION r 0 3 0 0 6 0 0-7 7?, ~ ,
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50255 5713 .. CANCER--CAUSATION CANCER--CONGRESSES/TO:CICOLOGY--CONGRESSES/ INDUSTRIAL TOXICOLOGYt DIET/CANCER--BLADDER/PESTIC IDES--TOKICOLOGY/ CANCER--ESOPHAGUS/SVUFF/CHEjJING TOAACCO/FOOD--ADDITIVES--CARCI",10CE.IiS/ TOBACCO--SMOKING--HEALTH EFFECT/S`10KING AND HEALTH/ TANNIVS/EEF.R/1dINE/ CANCER--CAUSATION Y PHENOLS/ALCOHOLISM/ DEVELOPTfENTS IN TOXICOLOGY AND E~NI V?tF.NTAL SCIENCE, VOL. 4/ RA 1191 De 1979 TOXICOLOGY ANq, CCUPATIONAL MEDICINE Proceedings of the Tenth Inter-American Conference on Toxicology and Occupational Medicine, Key Biscayne (Miami), Florida, October 22-25, 1978 Organizer. WILLIAM B. DEICHMANN, PhD, MD (hon) University of Miami School of Medicine, Miami, Florida, USA ELSEVIER/NORTH-HOLLAND NEW YORK • AMSTERDAM • OXFORD 03oIn no n4 7 19 ir . '!01 i, ill I,--- i
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V ... .~ . . .... 50155 5723 T S Pr 1978 PULMONARY DISEASE/ LUNGS--DISEASE/SAFETY MEASURES/CHEMICALS--SAFETY MEASURES/ EXPLOSIVES--SAFETY ME-ASURES /}dHNZMXN7CE0KN9Y/ IND133T&IA]6--~TOXIEOtOGYy(Or,CUPATIONAL DISEASES--CHEMICALLt'.INDUCED/ ENVIRONMENTAL HF.ALTH/CANCER--CAUSATION BY CHEMICALS/ _ Chemical Hazards of the Workplace Nick H. Proctor, Ph.D. Manager of Medical Surveillance and Toxicologist KaiserAluminum and Chemical Corporation Oakland, California J James P. Hughes, M.D. Medical Director Kaiser Aluminum and Chemical Corporation Oakland, California J. B. Lippincott Company Philadelphiu Toronto
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50255 5721 537 pages • 1976 • illustrated At last a revised edition of this unusual book on haz- ards to health in industry. , It is conveniently arranged for ready spotting of the various chemicals, drugs, insecticides, and other com- pounds. The entries are listed by their nrost familiar names from Abrin to Zirconium. On cach are all the data that the seeker needs to know-synonyms, all aspects of toxicity, tests, tre3trnent, and precautions to be observed. The appendices contain Tlrreshold Limit Values, and an extensive bibliography, making this edition even more valuable than the previous one. 0~+~0 ~009 ~72 7 -----__. NICOTIP; E--PHARMr1COLuGY / HANDBOOK of : INDUSTRIAL ~Tu"XICOLU`GY ~ ENVIKt11.1•+I:NTAL IiI:ALTIi/INDU.0*TRIAL:.TOXICOLOGY 1 RFF Q 123 P1 1976 by E. R. PLUNKETT, I11.D. hndustrial Heulth Services 13arberton, Ohio CHEMICAL PUBLISHING CO., INC. New York, N.Y. • r.. 1976 "
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.. . . ~ . . ~ ~. .. ~ .. _. . ~.. .'~!;.'._.~M'!`. .~..~f" ....'Ji.~r.r~..._ 50255 5729 - - II i Ai%a -74 V r TOXI CITY---Cti}~;~tl CAL CO'•iPOV )S ' ~'1 S~~ . . . crit"eria TfOr a reComnvand;: sfcandc-Ard . . . . . : OCCUPATIONAL EXPOSURE TO TO L UENE U. S. Public Health Service Nationa! lnstitute for Occupational Safety and Health 1973 %o N i .,, "111. I - _'"' . . : :. ..._. . : ._. ~ - ~ 0 3 0 0 n 0 07 7 35- 'r'i.'"- SCLVENTS--f;EALTH HA :A1217S/SATr -TY GUIDES /INDPSM[L.:.TOXICpLpGY/ I
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50255 5722 ~.....,,~. rt I~;;I~~T.f:3Z• toX~CAlo~t , Ptunkett, Edmr•nd. R:,bert, 1J?2- I(andbook of indi;strial tcxicolzg y, by t;. R. M:ricett New York, Chemical Pub. Co.. 1966. rlti,4:0p. B[bl!ograph:- * p. 4°"-4°3. 1. 1r:luatrial tozicoiogy. L Title. RA1216.P35 615.Ptl2 rrt_cn7: Librirp of C'br:mar:-s 131 0 .3 1) on(j o ) / za IM
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502SS \ ..~,.., , ..~. 5727 i AIR POLLUTION ASPECTS OF E1IISSIDN SOURCES: FERROUS FOUNDRIES -....,.wft - ?^0'~/E;v'JTROPit~iT?I?TAL tiEAS,Tti/ 7; 6#3i~is!!!/ ~ ; TO:.ICOLOGY---hI3a,I0C,Rll't';ili:;;j ; II ;'etil- 74 s.P, EPA-450/1-74-004 A BIBLIOGRAPHY WITH ABSTRACTS I . I i ~: 4 .3 n- 4 n 0 . ` U 1) 1 3 3 FNVIRON.NIENTAL PROTECTION AGE.`7CY Office of Air and Water Programs Office of Air Quali:y P'anning and Standards Research Triangle Park, North Carolina Z7711 March 1974 Air Pollution TecahniuI Information Center Bibliography contains abstracts of the available literature pertinent to enissions from ferrous foundries, the effects of those er-is-~-ions on man and his environment, and feasible technology for their control.
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S02SS l710 ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE AND TEC@IOLOGl, A WILEY-INTBRSCIENCE SERIES OF TEXTS i MONOGRAPHS/-zg--op-a-z-'L-ma-jwTTMCOLpCU WATEk--STANDARDS/AIR--PQLLt1TI0N--STANSARDS/ ASBESTOS/SMORING & HEALTS/TOBACCO--SMORING--HEALTH EFFE ~CT INDUSTRIAL fl1CGIENE--STANDARDS/HIGH-RIS1C GRbiJPS/ RA 566 Ca 1978 Methodological Approaches to DerivingvEnvironmental New York Chichester ancf0cc pational Health tandarGs Edward J. Calabrese, Ph.D. Division of Public Health University of Massachusetts Amherst, Massachusetts A Wiiey-interscience Publication JOHN WILEY & SONS Brisbane Toronto
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DIRECTORIES--AMERICAN MANUFACTURERS/DIRECTORIES--U. S./ PUBLICATIONS/ TRADENAMES/ REF 1977 U. S. INDUSTRIAL DIRECTORY Q 147 4 volumes: Ca 1977 I. INDUSTRIAL TELEPItONE/ADDRESS DIRECTORY INDUSTRIAL TRADE NAME DIRECTORY d IL INDUSTRIAL PRODUCT DIRECTORY- A--M III. INDUSTRIAL PWbt'CT DIRECTORY- N--7. IV. INDUSTRIALXITERATL'RE DIRECTORY(Catalogs & Technical Bulletins by Industrial Product Category (A-Z) 0 3 0 0 n 0 04 7 4 0 Y . -a
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i PREMAYO.Y ZINC PROD UCTION EPA-450/1-74-003 502~5 AIR ~OLLUTION ASPECTS OF E MISSION SOURC E S: 5728 -- A BIBLIOGRAPHYWITH ABS1"HUCTS "A Bibliography contains abstracts of the available literature pertinent to emissions associated with the production of primary zinc, the effects of those emissions on man and his environrrent, and feasible technology for their control. Air Pollution Technical Information Center ~,S. ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY ~° Office of Air and Water Prograins Office of Air Quality Planning and Standards ~..._.,- ~T"'XIrnLOf:Y--BIBLIOGRARitIEStMETALS/ ENVIRI?NMENTAh.HEALTH/.._~ . ._: , _. INDUSTRIAL TOXIC4IAQY / ' II HeAi 74 S.P. T O 7 O . - e. . _ -_ _ . J^--- - .r.w~r_.•---• - . ---"...^~....-.-~..-.......~.~....aw~~...-. n~le Pari: North Carolina 27711 RPSF2rch Tri? t.,~~31~r?3m'+L x
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i ~ TS =~'rj u • J~ ~ 2240 In'.sst- 2a1 utlltaotion of tcbscco. R fl~~ n 4 ~ n ~ ~ I 4 4 t1
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QD 321 Ra 1976 2 C. Edited by - _ J. A. RADLEY M.Sc., C.Chcm., F.S.D.C., F.R.LC. Distribtited Exciusir•ety By no f?`dTUihlATtONAF. Cn i'A:' IP.C. 1627 :rltie•ucc :itrect E'lii6acjelphia P,t\ USA 19103 (1 alA.?pLlM?-SCIrNC? PUBLISI IEItS LTD LONDON __ STARCH--USES/Ff30D INDUSTRY/BRFAt)/TEXTILE TIVnUSTRY/ ,PAPER INDUSTRY/• ADHESIVES--STARCH/ INDUSTRIAL USESN OF/STARCH AND r i ITS DERIVATIVES
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: 50255 S ?30 m~~ TD~ICOLOGY~ITOXICOLOGY/POLLUTION/NOISE--POLLUTION/VINYL CfILORIDE/ 75 I Ze Zentralinstitut fur Arbeitsmedizin, Hamburg, Germany REPORT OF THE ACTIVITIES OF THEWMAN INSTITUTE OF ATIONAL MEDICINE (ZENTRALINSTITUT FUR ARBEITSMFDIZIN) WHAMBURG. A brief report on the activities of the Institute, its professional personnel, and includes a bibliogranhy. The main areas of interest are lead contents of foods and beverages, industrial problems caused by chronic effects of solvents, industrial noise pollution, standardization of industrial toxicological laboratory procedures, long-term effect of hydrogenated hydrocarbons, and vinyl chloride. ~J .; () 0 fl Cl 09 7 3 6 .. : .
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~...~... ~. ~. ~..:... _.....~..+~.4~...,..u..W.~..., 50255 5714 -.Wb L_~..i..• t,. - _ PLANTS,POISONOUS/HYDROCARBONS, TOXICITY/ .nPOISONING--TREATMENT/POISONS--TOXICOLOGY/nRTtr,,R---TOXiCOLGGY/ NICOTINE--PIIARHACOLOGY/TOCACCO--tIICOTINE/LNStMCI DSS--TO}.I C _ TOXICOLOGY--A.VIE-TDXICITIESf43i1DtT~'RZllLF-'T0XZC0I.0G'Y~~ AIRPOLLUTIO* -- REF ROBE `inncl~iomk of 'Q Cllnlcal Schoo! of P 123 Dr Uni 1974 POS•illiG: Stanford University School of Medicine, Stanford, CcGfornia R.,,._..., i ._ .. _ ~_._ .. - --.~!+..s.._w PDDL n ,~,Fy~ 7iY~.+t Pvdt~u«.. Q 123 Dr 1974 ~ RT H. DREISE3ACH, MD. PhD Professor of Envrronmenta! /ieaith, ublic Health and Communtty,ltedicurt. vasity of tvashtngton, SeatNe, and Ptofessoi (6tneritus) of Pharmacology, -.,~_~.• ~ - EIGHTH EDITION Los Aleo$. Calitomi. •-.,..~..-,....-..-.. ,... . •-.-.~.-~e^-_..-• 1974 .-„-...-.,..r,.-...-~.-•,-t,~... ..,,,~....-~~.-._... ~...,. ,.,r.•...-..-.._ 0 3 0 0 n(1 071n -4
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.~ ~..... ..-.,.~n._:~s.a_K:_•,a.~.:.a...M,.w...a.._....._....L....ti.;.~....,....+....:o - _- 3'OLLUTION CON"TROL/TNKTSTRTAI; TUX7COLA"/ Rr1vIR0"J;MT~.'TAI. IIEAi,TII/ 50255 5725 X { t1cF-11-712-73 • • - -. ~, p ~1u~~ ~i~~~t~~~ u~ E~~?Ga 5'0 3 BQ. %:- ~ . - : Ou V~u aa), C o) (o'i~i•O ; ~U] ,' By R.E.SIMSON" Aust. Oil Colotir Chem. Assoc. Proc. News 10'(3) 8,10-12,14 (1973) INTRODUCTION The wide range and complexity of raw materials used in the surface coating industries is quickly apparent to anyone scanning the O.C.C.A.A. Raw Materials Index. To attempt to pursue the specific toxicology of even a limited number of these subst3nces would prove to be rather tedious. Specific information about the adverse health effects of toxic materials is of little value in a preventive occupational health programme unless there is basic understanding about such important factors as the routes of absorption, factors affecting toxicity such as concentration, duration of exposure, physical state of the substance, and so on, and of the principle; of engincerin3 and medical control of hazards. During the course of this paper I want to stress the preventive theme and emphasise important general principles, illustrating these in a practical way where appropriate. Thus I have divided the paper into the five foliow- ing sections: 1. tlnderstanding tndustriil Toxicology. In this sec- tion the nature of toxicity is considered, routes of -h;orp-ion discussed, and thc concept ai "threshold Two other terms are important: "local" and "syste- mic". "Local", referring to the sitn of actlon of ' an agent, means that the action takes p(a:e Et the point of contact. Thus a local etieci nnay 't,e f:ro- duced on the skin, on the membrancs of the nose or throat, or elsewhere along the rc:.pir_,tory fr.Nrt5 ~b:orntion_may cr r,c:y ~ 3r a i1 n 0 A~~ 3
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50255 5726 POLLUTION CO`iTR01./IMTMAM: T0ttCC1T.Cl(ll'/ AIR--POLLUTION--H %:inB00K' A:JD *fANUALS/I%1ATEP.--PI,RIFTCATION/ WASTES, I":DUSTRIAL/ OIL/ I•EAD/PLASTICS CAU'-OIv ?'t)'•:)RIDE/CADMILr1/ALi:_t7_ NUM/MER.CURY/ I c. - pOLLUTANT REMOVAL HANDBOOK ~ _ . _. ~ ~ . rv lanhall Sittiq ~. • " f.ll~Vtl~ f1A•r'A IYVt t_J vfytN liVflt"V(~h~I1VIV • . ~ 23 qq Lonoon, rnaiand 1 . :~ n 7 e t . _ " 7373.~' •1 CC~ . . r ~ . . - , - f
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u. - -..-4.,. ow 'I't`ISA(:('O--III A(.Tt1 F.I F'"t'TJnA>,Y(~h~T[V[? tiUASTANCES-TOXfCOLO(Y/ WORKNE;I'S C0"iPENSATI;)`:/ UCCUISAI~()~~~`3: ~5'I'~;S7:c.'%C~iT)4IT1,:K%CllitTsON i10NOXIDF./SELENIU~i/ HYDROCARBONS--TOXICOL()C•i,/ DliSTS---ItTDUSTRJ.AL AND I:NVIRONMI'NT!tiL ASPECTS/I:NVIP.ODIMENTAL HEALTH/AROi•tATIC HYDR0CA7 ;C,,;. TOXICOLOGY/LUNGS--DISEASES/DISI?ASES, OCCUPATIONAL/ARSENIC--TOXICOLOGY/r-nCOTOXINS/ ~ PESTICIDI:S--TOXICOLOGY/CIIEAtICALS--TOXICOLOGY/ rtETALS/PLASTICS'--TOXICOLOGY/ RA 579 Ha 1974 . ; !tft# %Ow' .: & : A%&&; TOXICOLOGY Alice Hartilton, M.D. Late As.--istant Professor E.-nerita of Industrial Medicine, Haivard School of Public Health, Boston, Massachusetts Harriet L. Hardy, M.D., F.A.C.P. THIRD EDITION . .-- • ....",.1~~ Qinical Professor of Occupational Medicine. Department of Preventive Medicine, Harvard <<edi.al School, Bo;ton, Nfassachusetts PUBLISHING SCIENCES GROUP, INC. etts Acton, Massachusetts . e, a subsidiary of CHC Corporation •• •" t V'ti"`l r'r~ .~:. )~~ 2 0 3 ~c 0 n 0 0 V-
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50255 5712 OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND HEALTH ACT/ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH/VINYL CHLORI;)E / SAE.F,TY,GUIDES/LA7vlS AND LEGISLATION/FEDERAL REGULATIONS/ _,.. 7 C01 .. J :.-' J. ~,~. >^ra 4 I .~.. -.. --- . --- I7dc • 1:~5,41®[3~i)v, ~~v ; . . ~;~tT2~~I~Yyh~+~T. \\\ ..\\\\\\\\\\\\\.\.\..... \~.. \\? \. \.......\\..\\..\\..\.. \....... \",\ pUBLISHERS o REPOR'f'6 NEW YORK CHICAGO WASHiNGTON N U M B E R 1~~ APRIL 1, 1974 NU;%A B ER 1 ~ ~ JULY 1, 1974 ~ TWs tasi`le 1s in two Dstta, consicting oL58 pagta. This le Part 1. „A.'~~•a~r.-.,..e.~...........- ~ S~ Q~ tl 09 7 1 8 t. ,
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370 Am .; ~ 1973 - . 11"OirY1Er1n2, ~MPOSIUM PROCEEDINGS Chairman . ~i Held in Conjuation WittM USDA - ARS Barley and Malt Laboratory 58tb Annual Meetin9 Madison, Wisconsin - AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF CEREAL CHEMISTS November 4-d,1973 ' -j St. Louis, Missouri AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF CEREAL CHEMISTS 3340 Pilot Knob Road, St. Paul, Minnesota 55121 (miW . ..
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..~: '•A TD _ 397 50255 5746 Iti Z9DiFB•'F*:A{: 1+131STE° CTa'FEREMCB, Proceedings oi the Twenty-third, ;".ay 7,8, and 9, 1963, Parts 1. sna 2 (Purdue University Engineering Extension Series No. 132) 1968 2 Vol. Purdue University 0.3 tl 0 r1 ~ c~ ~~~? Lafayette, In(liar:a Ir -sy1 •1w s
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_ ~...~,., ~ ~. . , ,.. .~:~ -- 502SS 5700 ~ s rE OIS~ooS~4~/N fisT~E rR~AT.~>owrr' rr/A D1,~KTliv yCTIrA ED S.4 NOr-4 16~ Gdii/OAIItS/f~~T~/1TiDN/FLOlCN 1Ar/oy~vo&r# aA~o~.i~~/R~~'~'RSF ofM ri~ .. ~• ~ 5 ~.:~,~,,,,,,~a.. --1.-t f.~, ~..:_ The Treatment rD g 97 ee 949 of Industrial Wastes ~ Edmund B. Besselievre, P.E. Fellow, American Society of Civil Engineers Consultant, Forrest & Cotton, l nc., Dallas, Texas no0 ? 74' 6
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50255 S7S1 . - - . '' , iTl; Bcsselievre, Edmund Buii:ley, 1887- t397 Industr?.al waste ,reatment. 1st ed. ivew York, D1cGmm- Be Hi11,1952. 3:!1 p. fIIua 24 cm. 1. Factory and trade waate. i. Title. TD897.14 628.5 K1-12586 f ~..~ Library of Cungress ~ Xq10) n 0 0 9 7--33 7
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50255 5752 . ~ ~ I•j~1TER--POL1.UT I ON / YProgress in I•later Technology, 8(2/3)1976, 450 pp. IIMe577 S,P.- . ~ SECONDyINTERNATIONAL CONGRESS ON lndustrialNaste Water and Waste# Stockholm, 1975 EDITED BY n 3 4;: 00 S H Jenkins TanuDivision, Severn • Trent WaterAuthority Birntinghanr, U.K. CONGRESS SPONSORS vlnternational Union of Pure & Applied Chemistry,lUPAC v-International Association on Water Pollution Research, IAWPR . -; n n o 7 z y, 5 R
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502S5 5732 QD 81 Ko 1971 2 C. . -:5...- .. - _....».b... _., C;IEMISTRY, ANALY•FI£--COLLEC`I£Q'w4lgafAIR--A.'`tALYS I3/ ' WATER--TREATMENT/POLLSJTION CON'1`ROLj ENVLRO.h'MNTAL HEAI;fti/ ODORS--MEASUREMENT/WATER--Ar'ALYSIS/ , TREATISE ON = ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY . F.ditcd by I. M. I:OLTIIOFF Dcpartmcm of Chemistry, Lnivc: sity of lfinneanta, lfinseapo!is, ,llinr.esota PIIILIP J. ELVING Dcparlmunt of Chemistry, Gnieersity of Mir.l,igax, Ann Arbor, lfichiga„ and FRED H. STROSS SluU Act,ctopment Company Btneryviiie, Caiifornia 0 3 ~ ~n 0 0 1 7 3 R PART III ,.ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY IN . °INDUSTRY voLUhrE 2 SECTION B # Tuskulogy and Eneir•rumaual o8atiea aaii fts Cuntro! W I LF.Y-1 \'TERSC i GKCE W, I
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~... . . . ~. v. . -- ~....~.. 50255 5742 (?aruuP Ltnivc::sity Engineering Extensi.cn Seri.es 140. 96.) 1 1959 790 pag,e4 Purdue Ur:ivarsity. LLafayette, Indiana h~~*4 ~,~,'~~~NuS OF 'n1E 51 6: vmd 7, Y55S, . o:3 ~ o n tl o ) 7 4 A J
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y.....~,.. 502SS 5758 II Me5 - 80 S.P. United States Environmental Protection Agency EPA-600/8-80-026 June 1980 Office of Research and Development.- . ®E~',c~ ResecrC~t .. . „ Sum M - a ~ ~. 4.'Z#VM . Industrial, Wastewate r~; U3nt~no o . .,
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Bennett, H. lilM"WMWAXW, Vo l . 1, ?:Ai"iTRAL AND SY:'HEETIC WAnFS 1963 324 Pages Chemical Publishing Co., Inc. New York o30 0 noo ~ ~ 7 6 9 -:. , ~ . -. . .. f _ 11
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A TECHN1~,? !~! G FOP, €: VALtl AT ING THor". NO@..OC,cCAL TR"AYABELITY 0 F i ~~ `~~~#Mia~~ wi.L'.V~ ' i3?PWA6~ James C. Lamb, lil, Warren C. Wesfgarfh, Jimmy L. Rogers, and August P. Vernimmen '1`llc purpo,c of ~his paper is to cacli constituent may require unrea- (lescribe e(Jlltpll?Glt and tecluliques sonable effort, amll expense unless rc)a- wNch have proven valuable for quickly tively quick testi»ry procedures can be oLtaiiiing important inforincition on used to obtain lireliniinary i;Jor,,liiticm, 1) IU! o- IC. II treatability of industrial Several types of oxy gen Iii ilizr;t ion 0 3 0 o n o o 4 76 0 50255 5750
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-- _,:~;:..,.....~,,..~,_.- . ... . .~ _ ... .: 5025S 5757 POLLUTION CONTROL/WATI?Y.--I'OLLUTION/ 897 Sa 1976 Department of Civil and Environmo: Engineering Wastiington State University Pullman, Washington ~ ANN ARBOR SC:.ENICE PUti1.ISl ;ERS INC P.O. BOX 1425 • ANPJ ARBOR. MICH.46106 0~ n 0 n o o9 76 3 Lj ,jR~' a a . [in`:~ f'~1C.L ~~l;fLa'~ vkt:lll.SiiF f.y+~5f ~'.ItlG~'~~f )Cr~.r !~ M~i~ edited by r~ nr.n•~.CG~pr~. 3 CsE~;~~ r r. ~~.~r ~ _--. Tat;ashi l~sano.- Associate Professor Robert L. Sanks Professor Department of Civil Engineering and Engineering Miechanics Montana SiGte University Bozeman, Montana -m
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S~~~et~#et~ lfate~°°Att~!~spiieric Analvsis, Pt. 23. !qL'.y ; 14 American Society for Testing Materials EOOK OF A.S.T.M. STANIDIRDS INC1.L'DIivC TE,ITAT IV ES . v. in. illus., plates, diagrs. 24 cm. 0 0 0 t"j 0 ) 7~, 6 Vol-~;.Y ._ ~y..'a.y•; t~'t~'w,';.~,~~•~'~~7~'`
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TOBACCO-SMOKR--A*IALYS T S / .76 IX St-7R RJR CLASS NO. PAM.PHLET 76.IX St-78 Association Suisse Fabricants CigaretteJ THE SVSS CIGARETTE INDUSTRY AND THE CHEMICAL ANALYSIS OF THE SMOKE. A COMMENT ON THE ERZFELD INDEX. : ~ *(L'industrie de la Cigarette et L'analyae Chimique de la*Fumee.)*' Tribune Geneve 1977, p. 38 (Apr. 30,.1977) (in French - complete ' English translation available.) *Note date* .~ i'The se analyse s re sults are published with the only purpose to illustrate how ~+ seriously the cigarette manufacturers check the quality and specifications of ~ j their products. The ASFC and the scientific organizations with which it =: cooperates in the whole world object in advance to any attempt made to `' interpret the results given hereafter which are for information purposes ' only. - , , 0 3a n n..n n~ 7 7 2
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50255 5748 ' WASTES, IND WASTE WATE ., . ~. ., ~.:~..._ . . ~JSTRIAL/WATER--POLLUTION /WATER--PHRIPICATION/WASTE TREATMENT/ --DISPOSAL/POLLUTION--WATER/WASTE DISPOSAL/AIR--POLLUTION/ roceedings of the 30th . ,a:~.... ... ._ ay 6,: 7 and` 8, 1975 (1311 pp.) m Purdue University 4 laf ayette, I nd iana _~ The Purdue Industrial Waste Conference is under the direction of: The School of Civil Engineering The Division of Conferences and Continyation Services in cooperation with 'the • 0 ~ANN ARBOR SCIENCE ' PUBUSHERSINC P.O. 8OX 1425 • ANN ARBOR MICH 481Cc •. Indiana State Board of Health Indiana Stream Pollution Control Board . 1 Indiana Environmental Management Board I~ 0 Iria'iarQ DdAXartr~ent~ fent~f %tu2# Resources , Indiana Section of the American Water Works Asociation /
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.. ~.....~..~. IANGBOW, RJR Archer, Inc. / INp~lS'F~~'~fl1, :^,.J. Reynolds Iadustries, Inc./ , ChRAVAN, R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Coaiuanv/'!"r'P.~~?~D1:SER.R.J .?~D1:SER.R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Company/ #-' !W.ANOTES, Sea-Land Service, Inc. / OH TARZR;, RJK,,ARCHER, Inc. / , 74 XI Re PUBLICATIONS OF R. J. REYNOLDS IbfDUSTRIES AND SUBSIDIARIES. S,p, 2 A Collection of Material. --.F . -.~. -
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NATIONAL PLANNf NG - ASSOCIATION r~i r ~ ~t;1 ~J~~ ~~f~~) 1+U E~~ ^A, - ~!i ft~ 50255 5770 . A (~"`+% r, ar~~ ~ , /~te) 6 ^ ZZ:.i t.!a U V~ z~ !1 ~ Study I by Nestor E. Terlockyj Director 0 3 n 0 n 0 0) 7 7 h
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._ ....,...:,,, 50255 5756 I "'rei ~1111 °~~~ RLdo1Fs, «'illem, 1Sb61- ed. InJu,trI:L v:'Aste°, their disp,,)sal and tre:itment. :- tributots: C. S. Boruff t:r]Ld othersl Ne:>; York, ltt-i 19 35. t;j7 p, ilius. 24 cm. { American Chc[utcnl s,~r!.:3 (i, e. 3dom.~,r.:p't e;:ries, no.11S) j TD897A -• 625.5 52--v . 0- ~ 1. Factory and trade waste. i. Title. ress c ; - 53';IJi { Library of Cone ' 0 ,3 n 0 n 0 0
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50255 5769 .. _.,.w,.. . ..:... . ::1'A'TL:~ i i CS ~ IICDIiSTi2IALl.fAT'iLxt!AT?3CA~ STAT1:.~ciTICS D~if 1_-T;i"F.:tI }U:TA'PIOti. :.I:D Ci`RRt?:XLi0t3A VAnIANC:E/ QA 276 Be 1973 2 C. PDDL 1 C. by I- - f . ; . {. _ Sr'.. T ISTIC.A.I ..I. ~~ ETIIO~>>;~ FOR. THE PROCESS '`MAURICE H. BELZ Nt.Sc. (Cam.b.), M..1. (.1,:clbourne), Chevalies de fa LEaion d'Horneur Firurdwt Pro-fcsror ojS~ctirtict, Unirrrrity ni~•lfcibolrrrs , A IIALSTLD PRESS I3001: JOHN t ,'ILEY & SONS • NEW YORK t 0~ c) c1 ~i 0 t) ) 7 7-1;
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CIGARETTES-TAR CONTENT--SWITZERLAND/TOBACCO-SWITZERLAND/ 76 T)( St-77 RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET 76 IX St-77 Swiss Association Cigarette Manufacturers SWISS CIGARETTE INDUSTRY AND CHEMICAL ANALYSES OF SMOKE. *(L'Industrie de la-Cigarette et 1"analyse chimique de la fumee.)* Swiss Assoc. Cig. Manuf., News Release, Friburg, Switz., 3?. (Apr. 30, (in French with complete English translation) *Keywords:* condensate, smoke, constituent; . nicotine, smoke, constituent; carbon monoxide, smoke, constituent; nitric oxide, smoke, constituent. B~i _ _ -- - 't; unaer no ----- circ-um--s -ta-n-c-es-is it possible_to relate`equally each component ~and to conclude to the "lightness" or "strength" of a cigarette by adding all or part of the results. It is even more dangerous to measure any kind of ~nocivity on the simple indication of the quantity of the components. Only an exact knowledge of the effects of each component on the human beingg would m ~ allow to determine the importance and the influence on the smoker. ~j_ .ust --' 'b~e s~aid that this knowledge is still missing to date_~~ 1. n .-~o -.,0
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50255 5759 TD 380 Am A;nerirsen Society for ^t'egting nXate:ia'.e, C&nmittea D-.'r, on InduRi.rial Water. Alanual on industrial water. Phi1a1t1¢hia, American ~,- ciety for Testing Materials 11953, v, 336 p. illus. 24 cm. (AST.f special tectntcAl pcbltcati(`n r". 148) Includes bibilograpbiee. puhlication no. 148) NPC~•r. 1. Water-aupply. 2. Water-Anal3-ila. r. Title: industrir,) (Serks: Amrrirau Society for 1'(astiag AfatPr)aln. Sl:eclal :e r !~- TD353.A6 573.3 5,•-1: 1 1 _ ..~._~ Llbrary of Congrf-.s ~:3 ~ 0 n c1 U~ 7~, S i7,
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50255 5765 L I»du_triat Reighing. \ew York, i:eir:hold Pub. Corp., 1948. Iz, 5:k3 p. lllus. 24 rm. (, ~_'ode-n ;i'~: ar; UC checnlcal enp,in~erin; j Inr_lud« D•.Dl:og-rnphics. "G;o`sAry of sc, le tennv ... compiled by the 1•:attonal Scsi,~ .`..cL'a A,sssuc:atiou" : p. 1•4Say-539. Considicte, PoLgla.g 1<•.izswell. 1. Sc.Je.3 (WeighIng lnstruments) t. \atlonal Sca'.enjen's Asso clatioa (Sc::es) 40-6??8'~ (ZC107.Cci(i ,- ~ 389 L(trary of Congress~ i43q5l . . 03 0 0 'il 0 04 7 7 1
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N t 50233 57'I6 MECHANICAL TESTING/THERMAL ANALYSIS/POLYMERS AND POLYMERIZATION--AGING & OXIDATION CHEMISTRY, ANALYTIC--COLLECTED WORKS/CHEMICAL,ANALYTIC--STANDARDS/ rINTERNATIONAL-STANDARD-SETTING ORGANIZATIONS IN EUROPE & U. S./ CHEMISTRY, ANALYTIC--STATISTICAL TECHNIQUE/ I QUALITY CONTROL, INDUSTRIAL/ QDAN TRETISE O 81 Ko 1976 ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY P.tRT'-ifi NALYTICAL CHEMISTRY IN r DEJSTRY 0 ~,3 ~ n n o ~ I j r..~~. . ~"-. TYOLUME 3 Edited by I. M. KOLTHOFF Department of Chemistry, University of itiiit:nesota, Minnea olis Minnesota An Interscience" Publication p' JOHN WILEY & SONS 11'ew Yorr 1 IfilILTP J?ELVING ~ Cbrt4d ~_ Q- Department of Chemistrti•, University o- ~--- ------ --- - - - -
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1n2ca U•y--:,i:''hFrn Ltates rae Touthorn otatrs•--Industry. 0 n n it o ') 7 9 4 ,.,,, . . .R~ .•..p. . I r1,,,*3"'`
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1> 50255 5779 . x., •. ~'. . . - ~ Guliberg, Ingvar Emanuel, 1J1i- 5veusk-en-el7k fackordbok f+ir n1rij!gsliy fi;mil+nin- , undervisninr och forskninw, uv Inrvar E. Gullhcrg. [.\ S«edish-l:nr-lish dictionary of rechnical terms used in htvi- nes9, industc_v, ndministrution, education and re!~e:u•cfi. jstt ed.i Stockholm, Norstedt (1964, axv, 1°_4B p. 25 cro. 1. Swedi%h language-DictIonnries-f.a;lish. L T[tle. PD5G 1O.GB - G:I --:,1 -, -f ) Library ot Cons;ress ) a i) n.nC~ U) 78ti t,^.GGc1l ~•- - ZT..•I- ,~~, :~.~.,.qll 0
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....~, . -... _ ~..~.~. - - ,~ ,.,....---~---~----- 5025S 5762 ; .P 4",',/ 1 T-r ~- a~a~~~.~~~~~~ : Congrai f. by tiUSSELL C. PHILLIPS. Manager, Che:nical Engineering f. ALAN FECl;i1SON, Senior Industrial Economist Stan(ord Research In;nl,,te •- ....-,c r:r.nrur.i. 2.LrlY1Gi 11 STA!7P0?1D RE. AR i IN TIT C• f.lenlo Park Calitornls U S A England • lundon ' ` , , . . . , ~ ::no o i / 6 o 3t ;1s
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50255 5780 J. ..~~5. . :. f. Wer liefert \v;1i? ~~e'Lli~!'~t;U^l::.ll ~'ac111s3:u iltr (If?% 11'cst-.1 us;mbe. Hamburg. : ~ ! v. 30 ccn. Ou cover, l.ua,Obe 3uc4e,reputiik T1enristhlaud und West•L4eri,n. French, fjerman, and c; artsh. L Germany (Federal Republ!c, 1949- )-Comm.-nfrect. ~ 59-51311 1IF3363.11'44 .. ~ Library of Congress :~ :~ n o n 0 0 4 7 8 6 ..,~. .. . . ..
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...•.,..k. .,-.......__..~.~ . ....+.~.~..~:..a,~ ~~Y I:. T 5 ~ (1>68) PrSRbc, John A. Z'HE 19~0 &M 1950 04CLIi'A1'IQN i,!:D ?"'-iDGST'AY CLatZSI:IGATIt'i'7S, 4ITH r"",&XuED DP 1950 Dfi`iA TO 'I'IiE 2.4GU (:T. S. Depsrtment of Com'.'t2''LC, $UreeEt of Lha Ctmsus, Te rhnical papeX 18) Jv:.y, 1968 35 PRges ~i u i tf C1ato12, 1). c. ~, ._._._.._.. .. ~..,,...r,~,,._
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50255 5785 I MANUFACTIJRE.AND TRADE/TRADE ASSOCIATIONS/DIRECTORIES, INTERNATIONAL/ INFOWTION SOt'RCES--EURnPr,--DIRECTORIES/IKDUS:RY--IHFnRMATI0N-S0iiRSEg/ Compiler & editor: G P Henderson European Companies Edition 3 A guide to sources of information -Societes Europeennes RdOertotre des sources de documentation ~ Europai5che Handelsgeseltsci-iaIten .. `Handbuch der Informationsquelien C B D Research Ltd Beckenham • Kent • England , 3(1 R n~ 0 1 7 9.r !, J-; bYax-,~! y
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, ,. ._...., . , . . ~.~. ,_ . .,~ 50255 5774 REF E -1007 Re 1978 CARAVAN/FOODS FAMTLY/INDUSTRIES NT?!J9/T.nNCR0IJ/IJORLT)/ RJ R PUBLICATIONS INDEX PART 1 - NAME INDEX PART 'Z ~ SUBJECT I NDEX -B'o. CUMULATIVE THRU 1977 MANAGEMENT INFORMATION LIBRARY 0 3 C3 0 ~1 c~ U.. )..% fl ~ Ra Js REYNOLDS INDUSTRIES, INC,
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_ ~....o.. 502S5 5770 r • IndqstYy"-Dtvoetories5> s Institute for Scientific Inforsnation '41!0 IS PU;1LISl:I:iG 13 SCIRNC^c, An International Directory of Research 3 DeveloE.rnent Scientitits- 1971 Annual 1971 998 Pageg Philadelphia, Pa.
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; 50255 5784 Induszr;.•--In£r~~ias:Iaa Suur.~es Ref 2 1035 i:•,' T,.l i:: . .~:> Ex QJ 1(} n tl 0 ) 79 0
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~.....~... 50255 5791 j71 ]I ~ Sc ., Znr:uat:ry--•Supervi;cry Cc:r.m+xnic:at:iar,s Schage, Jfohn C. W. SVALlSsT+:'3 P::"'ECTS '_'::ROUGli ADVERSARY APisP,ttiISA:. Ms43g0xtfAt Raviear 60 (?.o. 2) 44-50 (1973) 0 3 0 0 n 0 0 1 7 9 7
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H:) Con:nunicatiar.s U° ':; *~'i I .'g,ain ti.i A7. ._. ..c.~. .. . ~.. ...~..... .-.~..__..~1.~~f ...-..~i.i_4i~ ~i.~...J..3 J.ili , Aii:i A :UO: f , n n tl U~~ 9 b
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50255 5783 , . , . . ., . .....vr~ -*^ '. . ~ 4 .l'/ik14- ~ INFORMATIOR SOURCF,S--BUROPE--DIRECYOfiIE$/ INDUSTRY•-IIt"R3+r.M0N SOURt.'ES/ •.. v~.•..e.... . . . . • . TRADE ASSOCIAT101iS/'•~ANUFACTURE AND TRADE/ - ~r Dircctory of ,UROPEAN ASSOCtATl01lS ia3~O.E, /97% * .«, , ~ ~' «.o.n.r rnd.w%af. rad. a a.a.sm,a ass«w6m„ t . EUROPAISCHEN VERBANDE Risperto~re des ASSOCiATIONS EUROPEENNES ..u t Auxia'os ta.IronNS dam nadustriR N eamm.re..t Ns profnaion. , • Handbuch der T.. , - Nag.inaM Ysrf•*_..d. Im Buach da gewe.tofch" WkbcMR und der Barvh Edtcr: I G Anderson Associate tditor: G P He:: fderson A Ct. ~D -~- Research Publication C,6 D Research Ltd ~ Gale Research Co `~cker.ham • Kent • England ' Detroit • Michigan • USA 0 3 0 0 0 0 a) 78 9
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.. _ . ...,... ~, . . ."' --- r. ;. . < . ..~;,.~ - - -i= _ --- f'jnac-K, F~~oct ~4 Lc~ 2j4_,V3 0 55 5772 . 80 II P0 S.P. ~.~.. ..OCL.L Mat 0/ L1711!  t,1~.fiJ~ ?LLL in1L,UaJjl,1tm : e6h * S rr es cHowiey csha,pe`Up cooldes A' cadws quataalps p Snack foods In a multitude 1969 Value: $1.4 Billion 1969 Value::748.96 Million of shapes, sizes and flavors Leading the various categories in Nearly everyone eats potato chips. have captured the imagination this report, with nearly half of the to- Among all snacks eaten at various and taste appeal of the Ameri- tal sala, are produas from America's serving situations, potato chips by far can consumer. Snacking has basic cookie and cracker industry (in- are the most frequently used. This become a way of life for mott cluding saltines).• These traditionally preference has led to growth rate that AmKicans. long shelf life items, at times neglected has "leveled off" in rec:nt years at Manufacturers have brought by food industry observers, have re- around 6 percent. At times it was as corded an annual dollar sales increase high as 10 percent. Sales increases so to market products dictated by of about 4.18 percent throughout the far this year, according to the Potato our rapidly ehanging, ever past decade. Chip Institute International, trade as- powinemarket. While con- The 51.48 billion figure is projected sociation for the chippers, hover sumers happily munch away at for 1969 using statistics released by around the 7 percent growth rate the staples of the industries- the U.S. Department of Commerce in ntarkL its Annual Survey of Manufacturers Sales figures for this category, as cookies, crackers and potato or y~luec~f shy' mer~ from manufac- with cookies and crackers, have been thips-Ooo4#narpae~'ertn (~ ~urell. 'i7~re it[ a f~rialion between estimated for 1%9 using Commerce ar ling them with vat'ia. sales by manufacturer and ultimate Department statistics for value of ship- ~' W" y 1411•'fw _ ...~.~.~..,__._.. I . - . . .... . , • I
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....-..., _. _, . ~...-,. 50255 5768 III Du -78 Seifen-nle-Fette-Idachse-1G3, .Tr,. -`Vr.2A/]Q77 S.P. 2 vVERPACKUNC tINT) TRANSPDRT, VF,RPACKU*IGSMASC)IINF.N,-uATF.RIAT.,-MITTF.L AEROSOL TECHNGLnGIE. 11 FEA-AF.RO SOLY.+DNCRFH MIT) 7. FF.A-AFRGS(1T.- T.AUSSTF.LT.i1NG in Tirusse1, ?.f), }.is 1'1. Sert. 1977 Case Study: die positive Aktion des Industriesektors in den USA R. Fgel, Prasidcnt dcr CSMA (USA) r~~cl schildertc die FKW/Ozon-ffypotlicse, weiche sich zu einer poli- uschen Kontruvcrse ausgewirkt hat. Es bcstehcn grofk Gccens5tze zwischcn den Auffasstmecn der Industric, den 13chorden und den cin- zelnen trcien Wissenschaftlern. Auch die Presse hat sich durch Ciber- treibune und Vcrhrcitung fatsthcr Informationen schuldit; gemacht. Enyel schil :.;rtt dann cfie Forschunesprugramme der FK\1'-I lcrstelier und die Bemuhunr!en der CSNIA. Dabei karn cr auf den NAS-Rcport zu sprechen (aerosol report 15, 324. 1976). Die zu erwartcndcn be- hordlichcn Vorschriftcn und das FKW-Verbot in Oregon wurden von ihm erlautert und die dericitige Situation der Aerosole wie folgt prazi- sic rt: Ende 1977 werden in den USA nur noch 20% der Aerosole FKW- Trcibniittel enthaltcn. Dic Altcrnativ-Treibmittel und -Systeme neh- men zu. Die Aerosolindustrie ist intcnsiv bcmuht, ihre Position zu rehabiliticren, wobei sic sich dcr blasscnmcdicn bedient. Die FKW- freicn Aerosole nehmcn wieder zu (aerusol report 16, 304, 1977). Allgcmcin ist die Aerosolindustric wicdcr optimistisch. , - 0 3 n 0 n 0 0)- 7 Die Industrfe hat das Wort: eine Obersicht iiber, die Aktionen und 8emuhungon der Aerosolindustrie, um den Forderungen *,'dqrVerbraucherverbarrde gerecht zu werden , _` ~D. Ifl. dc Kock, Public-Relation-Dir. Naardcn International (Niederlande) Trotz gcmcinsamer Gnrndintcresscn von Herstellcrn und Verbrau- chern gibt es Unstimmi,kcitcn, besundcrs w•cnn der direktc Kontakt gcstiirt ist, was auch durch dazwischen gcschaitcte htakicr. A~enten, Zwischenhandler und durch L•ingriffc dcr lichurdcn und Verbraucher- orcanisationen geschehen kann. Daher ist cin direktcr Dialog zur Auf- • kliirung notwendig. Darnit sich der Vrrbraucher uber Preis und Quali- tiit richtig informieren kann. muLi die lndustrie ihre Produktc und dcrcn Ver.%•cndung richtiF crliiutern. Die Vcrbraucherverb3nde kiin- nen dabci positive Arbeit Icisten, urn die umfangreichc Aufklarung des Verbrauchers zu verbesscrn. Nur dann, wenn sich das Hauptin!eresse au.' die politische Ebcnc vcrschicbt, solltc die Industrie hart «.in und encrgischcn 1Viderstand leisten. Wichtig ist auch zu wissen, &LS es kein Produkt ohnc Risiko gibt, d:u gelte fiir Acrosole wie fur Kunscrven- dosen, Autos oder Kaffcemuhlen. Entschcidend beim Verhattnis Hersteller/Verbraucher ist die Suche nach tincr Vertraucnsbasis. Die Angebote des Produzenten mussen di~ Erwartungen des Verbrauchers erfullen. Urn die Wunsche dcs IQbhsumcnten kennenzulernen, ist tin frUhzeitigcr Dialog dringend_ erforderlich. T I -
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50255 s7e1 BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE/IIMS?RY--2NPORMATION SpL/YtCESftRKETING--INFORMATION SOLBCES/ COST, INDUSTRIAL/INFORMATION SOURCES--CIiEMICAL INDUSTRY/ -~ a ir. ~~)~®' ; ~`~ t~ `-' ~]~lC~n`.~~I~t ~ I MeB,-76 S.P.- r ~ r~, ~t~~ tectl ~l~~i1©~:~ u~ ~ " ~ / ., Chem. Tech. 1975(11) 678-681 (Nov. 1975) ~. ~., ""~,,,,~oCaB bU3jn~ JS launch a development program on a potential new process ~1u~iY~v ~~ CJr~: if the potential rcquirement for the catalyst turns out to inf Qrinic.1-, r1{1©n S®umC$ exceed the world's supply. Or if some co-product would flood the market, or if environmental constraints are in- surmountable. Both long-term and applied research must , bear some relationship to the real world. Evaluation and justification arc not just for manage- When faced with a new project, the chemical technolo- ment, however. The technologist can use business infor- gist feels comfortable about where to start and how to pro- mation in concert with technical information not only for ceed with the technical aspects. However, these same peo- economic evaluation of the project, but also in deciding 0 rl. nftPn tenr+ tn nrnr-e.d hlithclv an their wav--uncoa- what research and/or devclot)ment steps to pursue next. J 3(l 0 tl n O4 7 8 7 ;;T:'":7.
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50255 5775 ' ,~r~~~oR a~nr,.n/ T~cn+wG~-o~y/f~iPC~Q.~,CTi~YG •~ a~li•ydrJ/st /~we,e i¢A'D Tb aHA~OL p~y~T.E Ch~~YO~!>6J~/~EOiCi.vE /S~.~ALT~'~~dip/ r ac 49/xvD~rrR y/~GL S' oo!-/r ~ /l!/,eeRA 4 /4~~0 ~t~t eE'~ OL~c a ri~.tlo•YTRIL if~4Nf !R ri~j'%O . / F 0 R E C A S S S F R 0 H 7 H E J A P A F E S E D E L P ti I ftOG 9 Fy ~9y/ With Conparable Forecasts DraRT Froa the Literature of the West ~ Cocpiled and Translated by ~ 3 n n n 0 UV;;;,:urYES~cROV' :~'~~
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S0255 5786 MANUFACTURE AND TRADE/INDUSTRY--INFORTlATION SOURCd/AI.UMINIni/ FOOD--MANUFACTURE AND TRADE/CHEWING TOBACCO / TO71ACCO--INDUSTRY/ CIGAR TOBACCO--MANUFACTUE AND TRADE--U. S./SMOKINC TO".CCO/ TOBACCO--MANUFACTURE AND TRADE--V. S./SOFT DRINKS/BEVERAGES/ LABOR PRODUCTIVITY/BAKERY PRODUCTS/CONFECTIONERY/ 76 I Un5 U. S. Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics PRODUCTIVITY INDEXES FOR SELECTED INDUSTRIES, •1975 EDITION (U.S. Dept. Labor Bulletin No. 1890) :~ ~ l~wjel JiA C~14 0 3 n n n n c~ j7 9 2 U.S. Department of Labor John T. Dunlop, Secretary Bureau of Labor Statistics Julius Shiskin, Commissioner 1976 ~s:~ . I 'Mft
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. _; . , ,~- . ..r~......r -_ _.a..~..~~...~+ APPLICts.*ICESj I1t~fE15T!('i-~-U,S.~`= T 19 Na 1973 A HISTORY OF THE AMERICAN HQUSEWARFS INDUSTRY. THE HOUSEWARES STORY. by Ejr 1 LIfS/1F_ Y National :_Housewares Manufacturers Association, Chicago, Illinois. Copyright 1973. U:3 o n t, o il9 it n o 50255 5790 I
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/ I .;.`.~. / . 1 I r w-... ..~.....r..~;, _ 50255 5790 . i I CoA-79 4 0 3 0 I ECONO!QC POLICT/U. S.--ECnNOMIC PdLICY/IMDflSTRT--p1 g:--EwNrmIt;g/ FEDERAL RECULATIOaS/ REDEFINING GOVERNMENT'S RO1LE IN THEd4ARKET SYSTEM A Statenunt on National Policy by the Research and Policy Connnittee of the Cornmittce for Economic Ueaeloprnetit n n o U y 8 n 4 July 1979 ~~ ..~
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0'w ecota:+*x:w •S •A T4`:4.1 2 r`,f 0.1 5Z 'Cs 0P6T-646? ° ~:tl'10~'~ Q 4 ~1 L~~S~~':?I° IS°Yftld sao.zr.aS uoT;F=a;:lT--4tast~}r!1 (IL6t) ~: itiuj,, y LBLS SStOS r M r. .. eM . ~ . ~i M/'
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RJR CLASS NO. PA.\r tiLF.T 72 XI In lndc~sery t.eek S;0iAT ;,~tiAGFRS SEE AHEAD. 'In3. t:eek 172 (`7o. 3) 36-40 (Jan. 17, 1972) (in English) *1972, No. 4, W 1436* *lm* To11ccc, economics: ~. f.
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Business Reference Sources . AN ANNOTATED GUIDE FOR HARVARD BUSINESS SCHOOL STUDENTS (~ .3 1) 0 , n 0 0 7 AAVNA M. DANIELLS Coiupiler 19zt. ~„~o- 0/ v%z 04:z. ~
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. I CoA-75 Cwson„ John Jay, 1905. 50255 5792 MeasurinS busincss i socia) performance. (A Supplementxry paper of the Committee for Economic Develop- atea% 39) Bibliography: p. 71 I. In , :~~pacts--United States. L Steiner, Ceorge Albert, 1912- ioint author. IL Meehan, Robert C., joint author. 111. Committee for Economic Develop• saeat. IV. Title. HD60.5.USC69 301.5'S 7l-19382 ISBN 0-87188-239-5 Yrinted in the United States of America Committee for Economic Development 477 Madison Avenue, New York, N.Y. 10022 - --- ---- _ . __..-- ~.._. J 3 ~ ~ n n ~~% 9~3
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.~....~. Tndu: try-- ~`. S.---~acur~oa~ics 50255 5799 PDpL „nujl~ ~- ~ st v j c. . ~ s ' ' ' , EhcFcsY C. ?IiE PI?..:S~,P._::ZT :iR.~,dJ.4IT i .CSO TO 7:iE Cv:'Gi'ESi, J.,.".uaty :.S'b9, WITU T}l;: A',:31.AI. Rc:'OTT OF TI38 COU2+CI1. 02' ECCar~,::"(C ACaiS;~~.4/ .;'at : 1959, 1/ ' Y Wa9hir_gYoa, D. C. I J 30 n tt t) il ) a o s 332 Pna9p 0
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50255 5796 1 ~: ~ + : ~ 7 ~ _ . ;~ .y„~t~,~• 4 Y / .,~ _. t - - N csr.ru G`~ ~ 1' ~.~~ ~ '1 \l l_ a. 1 '~ k' T: r J.\ ~~ t+ l,.~ ~ r. (r l J_~ ~l t~.i ~ l~' ` rr s•f}ecial i-esem-cFr sr.`uo'jt by E-0 jutt. -1. Bu-rta:tc, ;nciomriai l;co,ion,i,:t Fnt'rtt I:. \\'I-:,t:x, Stan(ortl Rc•_c<rrrh )u~tit ttc coiitriLution.,; tn tLi tct urt acrc ni:~;Ic lr~ l;ot'~ t.r.s :1. I IrF:o, Ii:ctu,,tri;.! I:connani=.t Stcurrorcl I:c-carch In,titutc
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TOBACCO--DIRECTORIES/TOBACCO--STAT:STICS/TOAACCO---CO:VStTMfPTIO'V--U.S,--1970--•1977/ SNUFF/CIGARS/SNOKING TOBACCO/TO?.ACCO---HISTORY/TOIiACCO--'Z4NUFACTURE & T?.ADE--U.S./ TOBACCO--TAXATION--U. S./TOBACCO--PR0TCCTI0N ,1880--1977/ (1863 --1977) (cigars, cigarettes, snuff,etc.) U. S. STATISTICS/INCOME--U. S./IN1 STRY--U. S./F~iPLOYMFIIT (by age, sex, •& re3~iitionshi to head of household,~ by industry~S:49KING IL4BITS--STUDENTS/FORECASTING/ FILTER TIP IIGARETTES--MANUFACTUF.~.r, & TRADE (by country)/ CIGARETTES--MANUFACTURE & TRADE--WORLD(by countYy)/ TEXTBOOK TS 2 N U 240 N 1979 TS 2240 a ASS 0. ,• RJR National Association Tobacco Distributors Iricorporated, New'l'ork, N. Y., (1 Na 1979 2 C. COORDINATaR:• 1979:~ THE BIBLE OF THE INDUSTRY, National Assoc. Tobacco Distributors Inc., New York, N. 1'., Vo1.39,'500 p (in English). (1979) _ .., .9, REF TS 2240 Na 1979 --?Once you've learned about the big-event in the industry, you'1l want to know ~ about some of the important people in the industry. A good number of 'hem are ~ ~ represented in "NATD's Who's Who of Distributors" (Page 181). This guide marks ~ ~ a first of its kind not only for the NATD, but also for the industry as a whole. Of the many topical articles in this edition, two have special news value: (` "Countering Contraband Cigarettes" by Jack 3eaty; and Jack S. McDowell's i ~ow-•~ ,~]o ~ de,~c~i~tio~ of4he~~ic{~ry~;;ainst C~'ilifornia's recent antismoking ` N'ope~ t tdn ve.'~ [_1_ -- ---- -_ __ .._-~. -- r-_ -- --- e 21
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50255 5795 n 6 A NM 1973 ECO`IO'IICS--INDUSTnY/CIIE:"LSTRY--; C!?NOMIU/ 1.Nt:UGTKY--Is.S.--FCO"iOMICS/(,'Hrf;IST]:Y, I:v'llUSTRIAL/ O holOr", ~~ ~.SIMZY hi Th~ Ermy 0 (0IU An American Chemical Sor;iefy Sam1y supported in part by oiie , u,.s. National Science t:ouncii.ivn E ' Washington, D.C. 1973 0 3 0 0 n 0 0 '1 3 0 1 I'M 4:,'r
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. ..,,;. .-~---- 50255 seoe ./, 73 XI Fo • I~UtiSTRY•.»WpRLD/ TOBACCO COMPANIES/ S.P.. i _ . ~.. ~.e.. RJF. CLASS NO. PA`1'HLET 73 XI Fo Fortune Til1: FOiZTU1E DIP.ECTORY OF THE 300 LARGEST IYDUSTRIAL CORPORATIO\S l : { OUTSIOE T11E U. S. Fortune 88 (No. 3) 202-13 (Sept. 1973) (in English) + 0 Cl a •...~..~..~.~...A
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50255 5806 . ...~...~.. S 1Yi3r FQRECASTING--RIJSI:VsSS jrCO'.•OMTCS /TECt2?iQLOIGY--TRc`dDS / RESEARCR, INDUSfItPAL/nMgMAUt*.' S:W"-L~CO!tt1M~3!/ PLAt;ilt;i;/ 313oB %%A LOOK AT BUSINESS POLLUTION/ 1912 IN 1990 A Summary of the i White House Con~erence ` on the Industrial World Ahead Washington, D. C. February ? - 9, 1972 Prepared by the Staff of the White House Conference on the Industriaf World Ahead: A Look at Busine%s in 1990 U.S. Governmsnt Printing Of.iu • WxshinQton, D.C. November 1972 . . 0 ~ t7 0 r1
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.r...y... 50255 5807 ......._ ...JS ~ ~.~-~ i~ -.. ~....~.~ _ _. ._...~~~. ..~- .. ...a~ I Ref IHA - Industtq---L'. S.--Sales ouLlook--1967. U. S. ncp:. of Ccrmercp* I3s:zinzsa and P.LfFr.^e U• 1967, y 1•1.:1 TT;.._ti' T+1 1•'J a• • 1 '~ .?1 ' L,7 D:-:.en:b3. 212 p. ~ HA ~ . ;.) ~ 3 t? (?- 11 tl kl ) a ., q'.^ i . . ~ .. . .Y
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.~. ._ _,.. ...-.~.~.~.a~,.I -a..'.iCi.E1.~ ....-a~i.~r:.'.~~tij.....~,~ "_ .. _ .,. J ' -. 1 _ '!. .. ....rwa.E.4w..+.&...~rw.w.,.- n......-.r... ~i flB 69 Rr 1972 KrBUSs Rlbert L. 50255 5802 ..~ /\ • t '"y I. ~~ ~. ~,I~r,~ra~ ~nr~, c! t~~:r~ GUIDE TO BUSINESS ~ a AND FINANCE ~ ' 3tND~t#~~i~ ` .. to -M , 0 3 fl () Cl {) ' t~ ~~ ~. THE AMEP,IC.I Y ECO.YOMY AND 110 if' IT IVOR KS By AI,BERT L. ~:RAU S HARPER & ROW, PUBLISHERS ; KEW YOe[,LVaKSTOK,s.X raaKCIscO, IOMDOK
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50255 5809 . ~....~,.. . _.. .. i .- .. . . . , .. . 1 ... .. ,. inttEta,"Yi-zKo?TNTobacco Compaaies/Tobacco--Research 73 XI Fq, R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company, Research and Product S.P. ~• Development Departments, Science Information Division FOREIGN TOBACCO COMPANIES. A COLLECTION_0F MATERIAL r () 3 ~ ~Z () f1 () - 0 `), 111 t S ~~`Y^I .<"If MY.-Sill ~:Rqr .~_~...._..:.~.
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50255 5800 _.~...r:,.. ..__ .w._._.......~. jfir! 19720 1 Un luc;wsatxy--:.T. w. --Lccyr.-:a,S.cu• ~Pi;ol. t). S. ~:part^vanti of C=m3r: e, Eeoine3a "-n3 ~ ~ ~~cfpr.~ya sa;vics3 AcLain ictrat.ian :i7H3I't'sCa S::i'T:.'~'~S IN Ai~i"GHYWl INu:1?:i,`?, ~ Q0. ~ Qctobcr, 1968 ~ h~.~.Aw jton, 1l. C. 13 ,3 11 1 0 {1 0 () ) 13 0 i1 x 'r 185 Pagca F
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50255 se» u DIRECTORIES,INTERNATIOIi.tiL/IIiDUS19tY;CNM, CALN - I*ORHATION SOURCES--Ciff.MICAL INDUSIRY--DIRECTORIES/ ADDR.F.SSES/CORPORA?tONS-CHEMICAL--DIRF,CTOQ`_'/tNTERNATIONAL AGF.NCIES--DZRECTORIES -4,.. ., , ._.» REF 143QDe 1974- chemBUNdirect International Chemical Buyers Diredory ~~ edit1 eby FdodricOW. Derz; DiPI.•Chcm. . ~ ;"VA1111 • - w w t . .r 1 t1 0-; ; k: - '%Wterde Gruyter -B eilin • I`<TewY~rk :Q974 0 t .4
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]:r.c:kst r; , Gaen,aaLlL t,1Q cxt~FJ.. j U. S. l:wvau cf thc CensuB. Stati,-ticnl ab:;tr<tct of the United States. 1Si3- ~ C(~ itij i 1., '7st- .! ed. ; «'ttsLi>>rton, U. S. Govt. Print. OfF. / c. 24 c,n. mmm:ri. 'I'he 7th-Sth editions combined In one Issue; G6th ed. covers pc-tod 111-t-#5. Issuerl 1S7S-1^0° by the Iture>au of fitatistics (Trr;r;ary 1%v:u.) : ].^dl:i-l1 I1y Ihr_ IknF au of Statistics flrep[. of C(:nr:rw ,;r.d ]91_^-:i7 by the Iten•eau of I•'oreign and Dntnesric Cn,nruta•rr Cities supplen:ent : celected data for cities hav- in~ 25,000 or morE inltabitants. 1J10. ~t'usltinn±on. li, 47 p. 27 cw. Supctsoded'?y Its 1. U. '-'.-Stttt. I (A r?O? Lil,rury of Congress County and city data h.)o„, 19-1J. IL\202 Ci:ies s,tPPi. I.'I'itlt•. ;1`(A t.53e.5°_;12LtOr 4--18i'SJ* .'IAt_'I-. yP, Ml'. 5~.~'.`~.3t74•Y^ ~ .. Y
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~....~.. 50255 5618 .1 76 XI Re-81 S.P. RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET 76 XI Re-81 s.p. Investors Chronicle , INDUSTRY REVIEW: TOEACCO.r Investors Chronicle, 310-11 (July 31, 1981) (in English) Keywords: /tobacco/,/Great Britain /,/economics/ It is claimed that some experts feel there will be a complete ban on advertising (except at the point of sale) by the mid-Eighties, but that there is also evidence to suggest.that such a bari would "...halt the trend towards lower-tar cigarettes without necessarily cutting total consumption".... With graphs and table. Gives data by companies. ~.....,.. R. ~.-.. .-~-... n 4 n 0 0 4 8 2 4
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``'s•TfiGR2CULZ'URAL RESEARCTi/ RESEARCH--U. S. GOVERNMENT/U. S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE--BUDGET/ U. S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE--SFRVICES/ 79tIn I NDU'~~' 1~~` ~1~E I3'3L r OLM"'`''. U. S. D. A::" POST--PMXT=V".V21=ULOGT " RESEARCH 1b FIRAfi~~ ltEPORT d 50255 5813 i I U.S.D.A. Contract No. 53-32R6-8-00005 Project Coordinator: Dr. Harold S. Ricker, U.S.D.A. Principal Investigator: Dr. Robert W. Cairns Staff for IRI/RC: Howard K. Nason, President `~~W ~ ,. Willis H. Waldo. Operations Manager 30 August 1978 U~ O Qft1DOSTOIA-L YJS41R$H INSTITUTE RESEARCH CORPORATION - St. Louis,MO 63105 7800 Bonhomme Avenue 1 - . I
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~ ~. . - , -,., - . ... \f .... . _. . , a. _. . .., .._. ~ ___ ; ._ . t._-_-_ ___ . . ~.._ . _ . .. ... - -.. ~ 50255 5817 , ' . 1ll,fl ~ ti z ~ N ' irdastrr- itesearzh On • ..~ , Aer4sol Safety.. . . . ~ ~ .~...,.i ~ .' . 4 by \ Ir ~ Robert P. Giovacchini, Ph.D.* ~~w~ f •GiUette AteJical Evatuation Labontorics Rockville, Mmy1inJ :C550 l ~ . ._ ._ _._. . _ i ~J 3~ 0 n n U~Ro 2 3
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50255 5814 , XI Mel-78 S.P. : RJR CLASS NO. PA'iPHF.T XI *ie1-78 s.p. (in -/fhe continucd dcclinel in ciEarcttc sales through vrndino ma- chincs rcprescntc an unhcalth)• citu:+tion for wnding or;r: tors, mxhinc manu- 4 facturers and tob:+cco coinp+nies alike. ~ And the 1palady appcars to bc giowing w ors,e._/ "" 0 3 nono oi a?o American Automatic Merchandiser INDOSTRY FXPERTS CONSULT ON DECLINING CICARETTE SALES. American Automatic Merchandiser, 1977, p. 26-28, 30, 32, 34 English) (Dec. 1977) Y
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sozss seoj :.jwft .+c:*,,,~ AC( O--MA:IU. AG TURF AND 1 RADE--FORf * .CAST/TOBACCO--F.CONOMICS--STATISTICAL DAT.-- ~ ' Un INDUSTRIAL STATISTICS/I~?t3.~rTilY~i~.*«~$i:ONOl~RC9t/FORECASTI2dC--BUSINESS/ RJR CLASS N'0.TE::T};OOK Ela 1975 1975 U. S. Department Ca7:nerce, Washington, D. C., U. S. ' ; U. S. INl)USTRIAL OUTIAOK 1975. WITH PROJECTIONS TO 1980. s t U. S. llep. Cormn., Washington, D. C., 432 p. (1974) (in English) i *1974, No. 22, W 8362* *d* Tobacco economics: n 3 0 0 n (I (l ) a O q
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._ 5O?ss . 5023 ..~....r.a.r.......~ ._. .,..~.....i-~ -rr. Lv"ir.._ . . Ina1as.tie .C~•11i~laae"of AtWYs a1c: Si-;;pie -w 1 453 P55`i'feuaea,, No... 33. 1 F 4 _.- pis~u~5si~ng, noo ::~~ M:,-I.:-) V . --%~..,~....
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is r.9;'bs~ancea=:~^-~ :_- S02SS 3819 INDUSTRY SURVEY 6P` TEST METHODS OF POTENTIAL IilJ TH I?AZ.'1'2 D.'1'2D Geoffrey Woodard, Ph.D.. Woodard Research Corporation November 1974 U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Office of Toxic Substances This report has b3en reviewed by the Office of Toxic Substances, EPA, and approved for publication. Approval does not signify that the contents rrecessarily reflect the views and policies of the Environmental Protection .'-!gency, nor does mention of trade naMes or comnterci.al products constitute endorsement or reco;t:iendation for use. 0; C} t) c1 n 0 a8 2 5
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C C o - .'-~,,~-'~.-~-'--.------ u Z -- • 50255 5824 ~ !! RJR CLASS NO. P~~.~:E'fiLET 72 XI In ~ndost"iji"'64 k'°t , ;:ii,1T 41NACERS SEE AH?:A1). 'Ind. 1-;eek 172 (No. 3) 36-40 (Jan. 17, 1972) *197_2, No. 4, W 1436* *lm* Ta!)accn economics: 1 l.I . U. 1, , C) . (in English) .~-..,_..~~. ~,...,_.. _,., . ~,...,~ . ,~ -. . _ .
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50255 5828 TP 247 La ~'4~~s~ sr~ Ae~d'tL' ~~Tvr!rt* f v. 3. -,,..;1 -. Jr F ; ,~ ).. A 0 ,.og T1~..;~ YnT . . 0 3 0 0 0 0 0) 3 3 4
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-4 RJR CLASS NO, TEXTBOOK RA 485 Gr 1980 Great Bri•ea:in Dept, of Health and Social 5ervices, INEQUALITIES IN HEALTH. Great Britain Dept, Hlth; Soc. Serv„ London, Gt. Brit„ 80,(IN , ENG.) ISN = 644
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~ 50255 5820 TOt',ACCO--'iA';i'FACTL'RE AND TRADP-=t'~rE S'l'RUCTL'RE/ CIGARS--`fANt'FACTI'RF AND TP..RDE--U.S. / 74 1![derst~r ~. se twrve~ }: . War , . . P . Cigar Manufacturing March 1972 Butletin 1796 U.S. DEPAHTMENT OF LABOR Peter J. Brennan, Secretary BUREAU OF LABOR STATISTICS Ju11us Shiskin, Commissioner 1973 For sale by the Superintendent of Documents, U.S. Government Printing Office. Wwshington. D.C. 20402. GPO Ctookstores, or BLS Regional Offices listed on inside back cover. Price 65 cents. Make checks payabk to Superintendent of Docume~~ls. Microfiche edition avaitabte from National Technical Inlormstion Service. Springiield, Va. 22151, at 95 cents a set. Make checks for microfiche payable to NTt& ~ /hJ%1 ._. -_~.-_... .....•.. , ...-__ . --. _.,...__--___.. - -~.. -~.- I
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50255 Se21 XI Un20 I?vD(Cigarette ~ianuf.lcturin~, July-August, )965j U. S. Dept. of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics WAGE STRUCTURE CIGARETTE *IANUFACTURT?;G MY 1960, by U. S. Dept. of Labor, Bureau or ' Labor Statistics and Fred W. '-iohr. U. S. Dept. of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics, Report No. 167 Nover^.her 1960 20 pages U. S. Dept. of Labor Washington, D. C.
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/ . NfASSACHUSETTS-INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, :INOUSTRIAL LIAISON PROGRAM/ , ADi INEQMITTlOlt, TI3E MULTIVARIATS ~ 78 I I I' Re2-80 ._'. NORM~ t~ISTRIHUTIOii ~ S.P. ?f by . _:: . Louis K.Y. Chen Department of Mathematics Qniversity of Singapore Serman Chernoff (M.I.T. Technical Report No..15, 1979) -used Fiermite polynomials to.prove an inequality for the normal . distribution. This inequality is useful in solving a variation of the classical isoperimetric problem which in turn is relevant • to data compression'in the theory of element identification. . 0 3n 0 t1•0 0) 83 3 _-. t
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502 55 sa3o ~ Air ?todcact'ian Sales Cc:aQany IIt'!?3x Cr3 6i,;•!:~::14"Id:G GP bOVJJS . AND F,~1..ts''s'I:D F'KUwtLa S 1963 if Pages liadison, idisconain J 3 n 0 ~1 0 0~~
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E DITORIA L IMEIET Fia1Q2ZQCARF3t1Pi5 _ Few discoveries have contributed to the advances of the indus- trial revolution as much as the synthesis of fluorocarbons durint; the 1930's. They are superior to many other useful compounds bc-cause they are chemically inert and arc nontoxic due tc, the tight fluorcx:ar- bon bond which prevents ionization of the fluoride ion. Teflon (polyte- trafluorethylene) for instance, is so stable and toxicologically inert that it can replace discascd blood vessels and hc•,trt valves withuut even causing the slightest harm. [ts waxy surface and low friction factor render it suitable for coating rollcrs and pans used in processing food and, for coating ball joint sockets which will never require grease nor oil. The freon group are other fluorocarbons which have attained popularity because of their extraordinary stabilily, nonilammAbility, low degree of toxicity, and lack of udor. They are espucially desirable as refrigerants and as propelling force for the aerosol industry. Whereas the nontoxicity of these comoounds has been thorough- U 3 U 0 ~ 0 Q ~.8 3 S V-
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ECONOMIC INDICATORS/FORECASTING/IMANUFACYTURE--STATISTICS/ 91 . , '~fa~OLWt.t~ . Y Y ~`  Y ~ ~•' • ~i• f~ Y ~W F . ~ . , , , .7 ./ . . . 123 INDUSTRY--Uz' S,.--F CpNnwT~ 11 Un ,1977 ARCk1ER _ C1FCL9CAL I i" INDCATORS A Supplement tr BUSINESS CONDITIONS DIGEST ... .:~i... . U.S. DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE Juanita M. Kreps, Secretary 0. ~ n. o. ..n. o a )Cd%rtdnaPVl. Slater, Chief Economist for the Department of Commerce h4z"d-,r~~..:s'rr._ 1...___ ..._~ - MAY 197 I
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_.. . -•:~.w. .~...+ 50255 Sd36 TOBACCO--SMOKING--HEART, EFFECT ON/ CANCER--CAUSATION/ NUTRITION--CONGRESSES/DIET AND DISEASE/F00D--NUTRITION/ INFANT FEEDING/kAGING /OBESITY/CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASE/ ANNALS OF THE 'NEW YORK ACADEMY OF SCIENCES VOLUME 300 l 1-tf7q(1977) 14i FOOD AND NUTRITION Ne IN HEALTH AND DISEASE 1977 Edited by N. Henry Moss and Jean Mayer The New York Academy of Sciences New York, New York 1977 V-
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--.....AV. .r..,..-..._.a.,.x....-a.r~."i~w".Y,R.~` .,...r. 50255 5822 ~...,~,,...~~.,.....~.,..~ .- T nr. .'i: r , ~.. .. . . ~•' . . . . . . .- . . . . . . . ~f RJR CLASS N0. Ph.'•b'IiLET XI Un -~C-73 ~ U. S. nePartm:ant Labor, Bureau Labor St.ztistics, ilashington, U, C. ~•L~YT,iL'aE.1974. ~ U. S. liEp. Lab., Bur. Lab. Statist., Bull. No. 1745, Washington, D. C. i 17 p. (1972) (in EnClistt) ; . . 1 ~ ~ . ..
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XX Bo-77 Vopr. Pitan. 1, 67-68 (1975) S'P' INEXPEDIENCY OF SF.TTING STANDARD LEVELS OF MICROFLORA CAUSINq FOOD POISONING IN MEAT PRODUCTS I By I. M. GLADKOV (in Russian) Standardization of bacteriological indices for evaluating food products are discussed. If manufacture of meat products with a limited content of m microbes causing bacterial food poisonings is permitted, responsibility for cases of food poisoning will be avoided. Bacteriological control oU - product quality will be weakened and difficulties will arise in the work of the sanitary and veterinary services of food plants. 0 3 n o n o o ) 8 3 8
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50255 5837 CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASE MORTALITY/HEALTH INDICATORS/ INFANT FEEDING TRENDS/DENTISTRY, PREVENTIVE/ SMOKING HABITS--RELINQUISHING/SMOKING AND HEALTH/ N .4~ NI~TUAL REVIEW OF ~ An 1981 UBLIC HEALTH 0 LESTER BRESLOW, Editor VOLUME? University of California at Los Angeles JONATHAN E. FIELDING, Associate Editor University of California at Los Angeles ~E T~F,k ~~;3,~ u~ Associate Editor 111e _ .~..n.,.-~.aa~e. _...... «.. 1981
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.. ~..«:... 50255 5835 TORACCO--HISTORY--REVIEW/TORACCO--ECONOMICS/TOBACCO--REVIEW/ . SMOKING AND HEALTH /TOBACCO--PRICE SUPPORT/TOBACCO--ALLOT?4RNTS/ 78 XI Br RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET 78 XI Br Bradford, G. L. ; (Univ. Ky., Lexington, Ky., U. S.) THE TOBACCO INDUSTRY AND HEALTH: UNDERSTANDING A CONTRADICTION. :raLellect 106 (No. 2393) 318••21 (1978) (in Englisr) XThe U.S. government ~the production of tobacco, ~ is simultaneously ' but is inconsistency, in ; supporting and disdaining ;tliis case, s~ach a sin?~ oi n o~~~ t
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73 III re S.P. 4. Title and Subtitle ' -77 AN INEXPENSIVE ECONOMICA LARJEATING SYSTEM FOR HOMES 7. Author(s) Johnny W. Allred, Joseph M. Shinn, Jr., Cecil E. Kirby, and Sheridan R. Barrin er 9. Performing Organization Name and AdJress NASA :Jangley Research Center Hampton, Va. 23665 5. Report Oate July 1976 6. Performing Organization Code 8. Performing Organization Repon No. L-10451 10. Work Unit No. 141-95-01-15 11. Contract or Grant No. 13. Type of Report and Period Covered 12. Sponsoring Agency Name and Address Technical Memorandum National Aeronautics and Space Administration 14. Sponsoring Agency Code Washington, D.C. 20546 This report describes a low-cost solar home heating system to supplement the home- owner's present warm-air heating system. The report is written in three parts: (1) A brief background on solar heating, (2) Langley's experience with a demonstration system, and (3) information for the homeowner who wishes to construct such a system. Instructions are given to the homeowner for a solar heating installation in which he supplies all labor () 3 ~es~ ry~Q in/~'~all ff- ~e-s~}elf components estimated to cost $2000. These compohents, ~ whichfinclu'de salar ~o11e~Ctoi",aheaQexchanger, water pump, storage tank, piping, and con- trols to make the system completely automatic, are readily available at local lumber yards, ;,.~.;. stores~and they are relatively simple to install.
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50255 5843 , L FETUS/BIRTH WEIGHT/TOBACCO--SMOKING---HEALTH EFFECT/SMOKING & HEALTH/ RJ 250 Re 1977 of'llrea1thmilty P- r PROCEEDINGS OF A WORKING Z&FERENCE HELD AT NICHD/NIH, Bethesda, Maryland, November 8-9, 1976/ U. S. NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF CHILD HEALTH AND HUMAN DEVELOPMEtiTf Edited by Dwayne M. Reed, M.D., M.P.H., Ph.D. and Fiona J. Stanley, M.B., B.S., M.Sc., M.F.C.M. Urban & Schwarzcnberg • Baltimore-Munich 1977 0 3 ~ a n c~ 0 1 8 4 9
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t 50255 5840 Reactions to `~~e~~osol Medicatio1 •'r4tM . in infants and Children .wxw -1-A Robert L: Harris, RfD, and Harris D. Riley, Jr., hfD An aerosol is defined as a suspension of liquid or sol- id particles in air or oxygen; the promss of form- ing ing an aerosol is called nebulization. The purpose of j aerosql, tr me is os th ~tic~ s o~ th~F. e rPCnir~lnr.,~n~.6 1:..~..~ ~:••1~..^7^^'V.-`"y' 'eJ certain respiratory disorders hcrause it allows tti±+ pro- duction of very fuie particles in dense conoentrai;ons. Untoward effects have been noted with the use of .,l- most all aerosols and may be classified generaily-in ~I .~_. ...... . ..
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, -. , SAND79-2079 NUREu/CR-1151 Unlimited Release II MeAl -80 S. P. INfIL17lATIOII-O~~R?IttlWClL M11T?6k IM"iUI60INv! i A. F. Cohen and 9. L. Conen University of Pittsburgh Pittsburjh, Pennsylvania 15260 Editor: J. C. Aldrich Sandia Laboratories Albuquerque, Nev Mexico 0185 I •0 •. 3 0P t1 0 0 . r 50255 5849 Sandia Laboratories Albuquerque, yev Idexico 0185 operated by Sandia Corporation for the U.S. Department of Ener3Y Prepared fir Office of Nuclear Regulatory Rescarch Probabilistic %+naly,is ;taff U.S. Vaclear Re3ulator7 oc.~:~sion Washington, DZ 1~-Ji5 Under Mcmnrandun of Cnderst-:nr?:rn ~ 5 Nr(C FId No. A1C)42 November 1979 . . .
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QP= 50255 5838 'N 1 70CII MeB9-77 S.P.. CARCINOGF,NIC, MUTAGENIC AND TERATOGENIC RISKS ASSOCIATED WITH VINYL CHLOItIDE 1llufnfinn ltcsrnrrh, 41 (1976) 1a1-1•1; ,. .i~vi4Niirih-iTollanil Diomedical Pri ti: PETER F. INFANTEOJOSEPH K. WAGONER and RICHARD J. WAXWEILER Division ojSurveillonce. Iforard Evaluations and Field Studies. National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health. Main Post Office Building. Cincinnati, Ohio 45202 (U.S.A.) (Received May 13th, 1976) Summarj Tne data presented demonstrate clearly that vinyl chloride (VC) is related to a significant excess of mortality from cancer of the liver, lung and brain among workers occupationally exposed to VC. The risk of dying from cancer of the t......+l.atie anri hvmatnnnirtic svstem also appears to increase with an increase ~~t? 0 n 0 C1 ~8 .4 . I . . ; . I I n I am"In
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I R;. 445 Co ...•s. ,IC... $ . . , " InfaA~r~--~for.r~lity-°C~r.g:~sses u:r:feren:.e jr, .E~c'.rt a ;':,.•asic;tlr•ivl.;; and `'eed; in 'r',?~:- naial 4tr,ti'tes, Zi*iiv~•rei+y oj North Cus•olincr, 19<:-3. 'Re;,earcL methodology and nYeds in periuatal studics; proceedin"s ieditedi by Sidney S. Chipman tand ot.heri, sprin"icld, i!1., ". C. Tl.o:«as ilSfi6i zv-i, &f3 p. illud. 24 cm. "S;.onsored by the North Oarolloa State Board of Health and We, .:.chnol o! i',,Ulie Iie-O:h of the Jniveratty of r:ordi C.aroliaa." Cnclu ica .JUltographicx, ~fortsiilt~-Cvnst:-egscs. 2. Fetua, Tieath a!-~c.n^. 8. YrP.4:nr,cy, Con:plicattons of--r:oagre~avs. :.tcecs S., ed. ii. Nerth CnroilcfP. L'oexd ct IH~l~hA iu. North Garnll~.a Un'.verait, . S~cwl vi 1'ul,lic VM•s:th. r. TYt'e. Rrj31,C,,s 1963 G5--A-3 i.3 T.tbr.r, of Cangress Y
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50255 5853 ~,_; Ini2aa~asi~~. , d Zueifarh, r~in W. GL:~ FI?%-:=tIaS, by eac: F9"CSugkey MS 911 n. .4.c2dmlC F*ez$ Ni!-e; Ye!'k 0 3 i) n(1 o Q? s3 s 9 ~I f t, r*
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\ i I I 4 , • _.a aba- 50255 Ss3• TOBACCO--SHOKING--PSYCHOLOGY/SMOKING HAIiITS// 80 x He4 RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET 80 X He4 Henningfield, J. E.; Yingling, J.; Griffiths, R. R. (Baltimore City Hosp., Dep. Psychiatry; Johns'i Hopkins Univ., Sch. Med., Baltilnore, %,jk666IVE PORTABLE UMa•}N WASMINOPUFFING BEHAVIOR B1k C~~i~KERS. ~ ~ Pharm. Biochem. Behav. 12, 811-813 (1980) (in English) ~ -A dtvlCt fOr tountinR discrctt,wl'ls by ciF:+rctte sm..ters is incapcnsivec eauly c.•ncaructtd. amf fullv,vrtable. The.k•r;t con.ists of a pbstic cirarctlt I-okkr w'hi:h is tonnected to a minialune preswre an.ow vu aX FjuFe pwly:inyI tutang. The presure sensor Aa. twro t.ectrral tcrminal% which prosi.k a.ccss to a namally op.n nrcrit which is.~..a! Ir,F a preswrc IropproilueeJ Dy pustfirqe tm the ciFarettc hul.kr.1 ht preswrc sensor is sirtd toacomm..n po:Aet cal:ulator in su:h a way ..Kh puff is cnw tk : c•rl:utator. The desict Aas been •hown to he re:iabk. anJ the pu/f mtasure i, sen.rlive to a etuitty of t!, trimental trunit+ut;dionc. The device tnay serve in erther the IaEoralorr settinF or rnay be.arried by a swwktr lo t+nwwtor his behavior in tu~ nawr.l tnvironmcnt, . 0 3 0 0 n n 0 4 8 4' 0 . _ _~-~-......~. Z--**" '
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50255 5839 HYPERTENSION/HEART--DISEASES/ RC 681 Gr 1980 ~eart Disease in ~ InfantA and Chagdrrc- n Edited by Gerald Graham Q,IWIIIAOt-In-Chdrtf, ClinlfOl PhY1N-loq prpartman, The iLnpital 4,r Sick Childa; (:rrAt ntmaKl Street atd (.hnnJl Fh)'DNJhqty LaILLM]IUINS, Imtituted (htW Ne.lth, l'nicenity or luidun and Ettore Rossi Inuk...K or p.rdfatrirs and \ledital Diremw ur the l'nicenity ChiWren i Hu.pital, Rert- o,.. 3 n p n o oi a y~Ys TWI"y~' r An Edward Arnold Publication Distributed by Year Book Medical Publishers, Inc. 35 E. Wacker Drive, Chicago •, . . . ]
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A V.a 8 F U U U U 0 £ 0 i t,L9Z-Z0-S-9L-A3 '0N J,VU21.'00 i3alm ]oa3t.'3 30 1N3dL1tYd3Q •f'n 711L - aod paasdaaj Y1IOI lLm '7IIl0I An LLISY3AINn VI93t0'10D SOLLSIiViS 'IV'JLLVH3HIYH 40 .LMiiLVd3Q ! •L9010Iit3QIdY ~ QA1i S3IiSIZV7S0I2 30 SNDISIAIQ jar . 2282005 atiY S9]SVitaliiYH a03 171LLI7SNI HVIS a0 S3JId5nv 30.L fl3awl Q3iKd3H1 6L61 '9Z q»sJt I ssfsU •1 qdssor 1 F cs-~coul~l~c lpsanu T.=um"RSaa &M =nt ' d' S FA'!':: AMa.m-- 08-Zaa I I I 8L - Lb9S SSZOS .,.,.,..,~ _ .. .~ . ..
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PREGNANCY, COMPLICATIONS OF/FETUS/INrAIiTS, MORTALIT!/SMOKING AND HEALTH/ TOBACCO--SMOKING--HEALTH EFFECT/BIRTH WEIGHT/ALCOHOLISM/r,AFFEINE;/ ENVIRON,fENTAL HEALTH/CHROMOSOME ABERRATIONS/CANCER--CAUSATION BY GE'dETIC FACTORS/ CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASES/CARDI09ASCULAR MALFORMATIONS/GENETICS--DISEASES/DIET/ ' BIRTH DEFECTS INSTITUTE SYMPOSIA Ernest A Nook, D+vi¢tt T. /onerith, ond ton H. Porter, tditorf: 0 BIRTH DEFECTS Risks and Consequences am Edited by gOCeeehWj of a Symposium on?'''Kth Defects: Risks and Consequenoet Sponsored by the •Bsth Defects /nstitute of the Sally Kelly rNew York State Department of Health t Ernest B. Hook Held in Albany, New York, November 7-8, 1974 Dwight T. Janerich Academic Press. Inc. A4w Mxk Son suneuao eondon Ian H. Porter AS,e,te;ny,taG,on,aeapb„n,,;d,,ruen.hw„ 1976 thtA O0iR. InrNtuf. ~ Nnr 1brR' State DeANtnwnt ot H"/N A=y. York .. ~ ~ - vrR~ `:3' r *' ~.-
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50255 5855 Tu~l:~srs~cary :~~~2e~. Zty--i£coh, ::,--~jwin W. I8E 1:': ? F_"_a:€A~,Y by cwezslaz';~ 6 c~r G :..:.Z~p 1955 M p. Ac:,3ecie 1'A.nva ::ni; "xrxk
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50255 5842 PROGRESS tN CLINICAL AND BIOLOGICAL RESEARCH, V. 36/ PREIGNANCY/ ALCOHOL EFFECTS ON FETUS/ , BIRTH DEFECTS/TERATOGENIC AGENTS/MILK(HUMAN)/ INF*TSJTOBACCO--SMOKING--HEALTH EFFECT/ 30o DRUG AND CHEMICAL ~ ~ Sc / RISKS TO THE 19so VEFTUS AND NEWBORN t ~ ) Proceedirgs of a Symposium Held in New York City, May 1979 hwented by the State University of New York, Downstate Medical Center - Sponsored by the National Foundation-March of Dirnes Editors RICHARD H. SCHWARZ, tio Professor and Chairman, Department of Obstetrics/Gynecology State University of New York Downstate Medical Center Brooklyn, New York and SUMNER J. YAFFE, Ao University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine Director, Division of Clinical Pharmacology Children's Hospital Philadelphia. Pennsylvania ALAN R. LISS INC., NEW YORK 1 8 4 A
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, ..1~~ 502S5 SE52 TUMORS--CLASSIFICATION/CANCER--ETIOLOGY/CARCINOGENS/ -2I1FLAMMA?ION# CANCER--CAUSATION BY RADIATION/CANCER--CAjTSATION BY VIRUSES/ MEDIC NE ~AF~RSLN~CPY HORMONES/ SARCOP•iA /TUTSORS--TERMINOLOGY/ RC ~~~~~,4i~ /~ p~ ~T~ Library of Congress Cataloging in Publication Data ' 261 ~~ ` t~ ~1~' Rigdon. R. H. ~ Ri Trauma and cancer. 1975 ~('~ ~ ~ .~ Bibliography: p. -- ~ ,~ I [j ,~~ Includes index. , , t/- Y` V`v 1. Traumatism-Complications and sequelae. 2. Cancer. I. Tide. [DNLM: 1. Forscnic mcdi- PATIIOLOGY FOR THE LAWYER cine. 2. Neoplasms-Etiology. 3. Wounds and in- ~ juries-Comptications. W725 R567t) ~ R.D.91.R53 616.9'94 75-9858 ISBN 0-398-03441-9 11 By ! R. H. RIGDON, 1I.D. ProfrLOr of P.tho4.¢y (Rea,rd) Tht UniLmity o/ Texaj Strdunf Bianth Gatuttton, Trxas t 0 CHARLES C THOMAS . PUBLISHER Springfield . Illinois . U.S.A. ~ n n tl 4 g~ 8 f I 1
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~...~..,~.. , VII CoA?-78 S,p, LeCato, G. L. Lab., +S0259 5649 1 ~ uL A RJR CLASS T0. PA.`D'HLET V1I CoA2-78 s.p. Res. Serv., Stored-Prod. Insects Res. Develop. INFESTATION AND DEVELOPMENT Jour. Georgia Entomol. Soc. (U. S. Dep. Agr., Agr. Savannah, Ga., U. S.) BY THE CIGARETTE BEETLE IN SPICES." 13 (No. 2) 100-105 (Apr. 1978)* ~ Newly hatched larvae of Ihe cigarette bcetles l,asrcidernm serric•unie (F.), ~_infested 14 of 18 spices in clused sr_ce c~ns. -------------- _ ____--~ ------ ;-- 0,3 c~ on o U~~•~ 4 , ~- •~yR~'~.Y,f'.
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~ . _ . . ~ . ..: ~...w.-.~ - - CLASS NO, .. ,,.. -, ... ~..,~. _ PANPHI.ET' 7~ X Ly L on R J• Ton J E• Lei h C• Clare G & 50255 5860 1 A 0 0 ~ go 0 e ' 0 a ~ ~ v (Univ. Guelph, Dep. Psychol., Guelph, Ont., Can.) THri INFLUENCE OF ALCOHOL AND TOBACCO ON THE COMPONENTS. OF CHOICE REACTION TIML. 40 ~ Jour. Studies Alcohol 36 (No. 5) 587-96 (1975) (in English) 0 3 c~ ~ fl ~ 0~~ b~
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I z Y aCr S~ ` • ~ t f w 1/l7:-1 fJij*,.~r ~c1 r ]~ i;j ..JS::nYc ~N I10- 'r~ I;:fi I OSBS SSZOS 9 .5 t ~ ~ C! C i U U(a F G .,.e.....- _
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50255 5859 I Int. Jour. Chem. Kinet. 7(].) 581-594(1975) ~'74 The Inllt~ence- of Aerosols on the- Ghaiailuy of the Troposphere T. E. GRAEDEL, L. A. FARROW, and T. A. WEBER Bell Laboratories Murray Hill, New Jersey 07974 Abstract Full kinetic calculations of the diurnal chemistry of the urban troposphere have been made using a formalism that includes the interactive effects of aerosols and free radicals. Duplicate cal- culations made without the aerosol interaction terms are shown to be less successful in reproducing air quality data than is the complete calculation. The differences between the two computations come about because the concentrations of radicals are reduced by aerosol removal, with resulting decreases in the rates of radical reactions with the chemically important NO-NO,-O3 triad. The aerosol sink rates for H0, and Cti,O, are compared with chemical reaction rates, and shown to be nearly equal to the calculated difference between chemical source and sink terms. (Meteorological effects on free radical concentrations are found to be neeligibie.) Aerosols thus appear to provide a vital stabilizing influence on the free radical chemistry of the troposphere. .~ 0 3 tl Q t1 tl 09 8 h S. ` I - Y 0 'A
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• ~-~s". _.....+A.•r... ~ ~ ~ ,. . . . -~ - . .,. s-sr- 50255 S858 76 I Co2 U.S. E00NOMIC POLICY/ECONOMIC POLICY/ Committee for Economic Development, Research and Policy eommittee ` FIGHTINGVINFLATION AND PROMOTING GROWTH. • August, 1976 New York s 0T 0 0 n 0 0 "1 8 6 4 0 100 pages 4
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xtiLif@wEl, g'Ii3 by Weif"sc$. Beiajealn k'., Lr.ster Greut, sad Rckcrt T. F;ct:Ius?~^~ (td.) 1965 931 p. Accdait Pra©o N«w yark Q;3 1~ Q tl c~ 0~:3 t, ?,
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J~ . N i- ~„o~-'~~ ~ , .~.~_..~-..lu._ ___ .:..............._..__ . . ~.~..._ ....... .:r ~.r:~.. ..__ , _ . ~...~.~.-._....__...~..~.: ~..._. ..~. ._ ... RJR CLASS NO. PAMPlil :T 72 X Ye Ycrushn.lmy, J. Berkele + (t:~i~~ s~ Ly Calif. , Sch. 1'ub. liealeh, Div. Riostatist cs, ), Calif., U. S.) 1•;~p44?'~. 4~ITH LW.v BiF;TR I~IEIG;iT liOiu~I liE:Oi~ THEIR MOTHERS STARTED T0 CIGaRME'S. ^ Jou-. Obstet. Cyaecol. i' 2(No. 2) 277-84 (197?) (in English) i _ r t.T-.21 . s: :. t t~ jc o. _~1 ~ U ~
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11 i ~~~_C-aV3 MILK AND DAIRY RESEARCH ke-- Po1r~ N.. `1 . AInarp Sweden Report No 62 P. SWARTLING and B. LINDGP,EN , On the inf luence of certain 6acteria on the growth of clostridia Lt 3 11 /W°rql I ?t0 0 9 3 7- 9 : ."r r~ ,~,yz
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. _ _ _ :e... , - .-.....n . .- 1 .t -.. ,..'~titr .... , .. Aero:,pace Pfed_ 45(1) 12-1-4 t1~~7µ}•T-_ : ~~"cl ~o.: `,.~ 50255 5831 ~~"c i:a~ lb:r Y. CASSUTO, S. A. NUNNEt,EY, and L. E. FARfiI ~n V u ~A Xc ~ DeFartment of Ph••siofogy, School of Medicine, State Uniti•ersity of New York at Buffalo, Bttjfnlo, New York 14214 Casvro. Y., S. A. NUNNt:LY, and L E. Fstuu. Inert gas phy to be .332 vol•vol•t•atm•'. Emulsions containinz, wasl;out in rats: Fni:onctn:rnt bv fluorocarbon inJusion. Aero- 30% (v/v) fluorocarbon were prepared by adcling per- tna.e 'Med. 45 (, l):1'_• 13, 1974. Fluorocarbon (FC) contpounds are inert and show hitth Nt fluoro 1, 4, diisoproxtbutane (P11D1 Allied Ci~.mi al solubility. F.%periments te,ted ahether FC iufusion Mould iu• Co., Buffalo, New York) to Ringer solution containirR ]0~~ Pluronic 6S (~1'~•andotte Chemical Co.. «"}andotte. creace N, remo.al ti•\,1 troat subcrtaneous air pockets In rats..Nfi.) and dispersing the mixture with ultrasor,ic ener,y. FC eruuL.ion N:>, injected so that I(: constituted about 1:~"o ut , The emulsions ~~•ere then dializcd o~•erni;nt a2ain,~t Llood volume in treated animals. i-Sr Nas measured under Rin-er solution at 5`C, yielding a prcparation in «f`ich three conditions: 20 hrs in air, 20 hts or 5 hrs in 100% O,. the fluorocarbon droplets were less than I µ in diameter lciused rats shoNed i'\. increa_ses oser controls of 175rc, and which remained stabl: for at least 1 week. 1:Src, and 1:3'~ under the three conditions. respecti%cly. FXP:.rlnlt;nts 1t"dre conaucted on ienlal- rats «'ei, fl,n g, Cetculations based on Nc solut,ility predicted lartter chanRes. apProxin;ately 200 ems. Five i1a%S prior to t(1C ti- 1he failure to reach predicted N'N. Mas partly explained as a meitt, 30 ml gas pOz-i.e,s %,.erc'e fornled in tft, Int~Ci,_lj .:'.tt eecrease in pocl.et pertu.ion. 71te r.maininr di:crepancy may rCJiun of the anintals, using standard tCchniclues.t represent diffu.ion lintitation. FC curnpounds arc a putential fluc,rocafbom emu!sion was injected into the rats lool for icnc.tize;uw: diffu.inn proces.cs in .i%o. s:r.ce hC altcrs . . ... .'.... ^ . '.... •..... .,••... lafdtac puncturce in amounts c:llculatCd t) hr!n~'. !t, :o'1- ! ~-3 ~lonc~o
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~....~,~ ,..,. 50255 5865 iOi~.Ui_`Ant i.F,:1 1A I J ! 1`.l. •~C,' L I .:.0 ~.)~ .. .'^ .. . _ ~ F:...~.~::..:'. {,... ., . _. ~a I o n r) o -) 1 7 1
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50255 5851 { INFtAMh(A'PION/PHAGOCYTOSIS/RETICLR.OE,11)OTlIFLIAL SYSTEM/LYNtPAOCYTES/ BIAOD/HEI`IORT'1IAGE ANT) S1IO(,'l:/EDE*tA/FF.GTR/ATIIEROSCIILF.ROSIS/C,tiqCER--A:dI1{.~f-;/ fiADIATI0N--13IOLOGICAL EFFECT/11:ITIGENS AND A.'JTIBODIES/IrTM1UA0LOGY/ TUBERCULOSIS /VIRUSES/1'ATIIOLOGY, IILTItAN/CAN'CER--EPIDEMIOLOCY/ CANCIiR--PAT] IOLOGY / RB 3GF1 1970 GENERAL PATHOLOGY EDITED BY •' 0 ,. • LORD FLOREY Tro.ost of The Quccn's College • Uni versi y of 0d ford iourth Edition W. B. SAUNDERS COMPANY PHILADELI'liIA AND LONDON i . 1970 . 0- 3 ;) 0 r) t; 0).8 a 7 :#.
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.~....~.. 50255 5857 ~ .~ E~ l~lMR~'SPInYWR31?TRM~~ 8SM44- lSt~MIDIS , ~.,... .. ., -..,;•.°~'~. .~ ,~..:•,~,,.. .. c,;:S7J0r. (:P TM '::: `iN:'I:iTiifta jsY Tt:F. `tlC:?OM::?::.`•:AM, .a}i..l" JYUal.V:.V:,,. (t. _ . Sa..2t:e i':._ v?r:•iMy, YUMri:5 .::jf M :iE i :.;5 ::0. 332) A15": AiC-Ti.!tr. iot11:Tl. c7--;; (IM) ~._: (N^. 3)
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tt83E14'I7: CCV?-::TT OF Sauil:q H. w.,, a.rc Ii:.IZ.Ur's-t.: CF A.?SENIC APPL:ED :1? 'fl : C"CYaTH 'rXs)IA UN 't'?? CCPzP;:',NT C° FLU'-GCI?SA T-01 ,~_:r.,:0, ti, C. Sr;,to :v11eui TobacCO s:c;prltit Serles Noo 114. itcprtnc.ed frocat Agronomy J, 54, 129-133 (1962) iv 3 n n ri n n-1 :3 n 9
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~G7ElaevterfNotl(t~l,oilaa~,lCntstrlt~ftR-PtM11i~1! e[LOda 5025S 5869 III Du2-75 TOXICITY OF AEROSOL PI1OPELLANTS IN THE RESPIRATORY AND S • P • CIRCULATORY SYSTEMS VI. INFLUENCE OF CARDIAC AND PULMONARY VASCULAR LHOOMftSl THIa.RA,'IIK' • ROBERT E. DOHERTY and DOMINGO M. AVIADO Department of Pharmacology, University of Pennsylvania Schoolo/ Medicine. Philade/phia, Pa. 19174 (U.S.A.) (Received May 25th, 1974) Three propellants were selected for investigation in rats because of their non-uniform effect in mice and monkeys. Trichlorofluoromethane (FC 11) provoked arrhythmia in all three animal species, dichlorodifluoromethane (FC 12) in monkeys and rats but not in mice, and difluoroethane (FC 152a) only in rats. In rats the alterations in heart rate and electrocardiographic pattern during inhalation of these propellants are largely brought about by release of catecholamines from the adranal gland, because adrenalectomy or prior injection of beta-adrenergic blocking drugs decreased the incidence of cardiac effects. Rats that have pulmonary vascular thrombosis or cardiac necrosis become more sensitive to proarrhythmic activity of these propel-
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- 1 C~. M1ZSi Aetiooarhogenetic,Q:i.nWO .rsd Probleas Si..vcstr•iva, 3. IhP?, s:?~-~A'i:It3DH, A"tioqmthoPmr,et 3c:, ;:.Liut;.n1 rlod ',."hC.'r'.U<aut:c YroSMa, P1'oc;3,°h11;.;ti G; it1l Iutarnuc.s.:,va.i Syespoaxuia Solcgna, [:cvyVer 70, 1..'rs: , Q H. Sxlveatrini, :i. 'tura r: :d W. G. ijector (Excerptrs Medica International Cor_;resa Soriea :oo. 163) 1963 217 pa:,Q$ F.xcerpta Fudica FounSO.Zion New :c.?: j r
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_..... .., 50255 5862 +x.1,r4f8 . A - i i)BsK DgN EtNfLUt! voH AR4 IKASAKTzYAroREN AtIF O-U A1.KAt,OtDf3l*MNGSE IN DNTURIN 5"TIZ1lMON l UM , 11 03 n () fl 0 () ') 113 :') 8 ~rA:,~• .. ~~.a~y• ~ ~F:';i37~'"~~. . „ . . t.. • ~ • ~ .... ~'
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~.....,.. .-W-.--- 75' .s.p. ~ . .-... . , • 50255 586• _ _ Intreenaaf AsM~1us r:heralieri on Productan t~ Aflatoxfn~M Itkx bY Asperg>uus parasiticus . , R. A. Boller and H. W. Schroeder Research Plant Pathologist and Research Leader, respectively, Market Quality Research Group, ARS, USDA, P.O. Drawer ED, College Station, Texas 77840. In cooperation with the Department of Plant Sciences, Texas Agricultural Experiment Station, College Station. • Mention of a trademark or proprietary product does not constitute a guarantee or warranty of the product by the USDA, nor does it imply its approval to the exclusion of other products that may also be suitable. Accepted for publication 5 June 1973. ABSTRACT 4 . Small quantities of aflatoxin B, were detected in rice ; Inoculated with Aspcrgillus pcrasilicus aftet 14 through 21 days at 85% relativc humidity and 30 to 35 C. Larger •quantities of aflatoxin B, and in addition B, , G, , and G, were detected after storage at 25 C for 28 days or longer. No aflatoxins were detected at 85%. relative hurnidity, 0 3 n 0 n 0 09 87 0 only A. parasiricus in each of the three temperatures at 100Sbrelative humidity. A. pnrasiricusinvaded rapidly but considerably smallcr quantities of aflatoxms were produced when rice was simultaneously inoculated with both species at 1005'o relative humidity. Reduction in aflatoxin B, ranged from 99ro at 25 C, 100:5 at 30 C, to
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lnotat O I,thabnol V'i t S' Y ~ ua n III Du2-77 S.P, I 1 nu r v ~ rnAuence of anesthetics, ethyl alcohol, sa~d 1 rAnrios. / Freon on dark adaptation of monkeA cone ERQ D1RK VAN VOttt1F.X AND PIETER I Cone dark adaptation curves tccrc mcasured in a rlusu.t monkey trsinh the clcctrorctino;,-rum (ERG) response to a 40 11z flickcrinti stimulus. The in- fluenee of anesthetics on the tirne course of dark adaptation was studied. All volatile anestlretics tcsted (mctltoxy/luranc, lralotAane, enflruane, ether, 50255 5861 ~A, 1 chloroform) retarded dark adaptation but to dif- ferent tlegrces; urcthane, ethyl alcohol, arui Frcon 11 aCso retarded dark adaptation. No e9ect rcar found for barbiturates and ketumine. It .scems un- likcly that metabolitc.s play a role in the observed phenomena. A literature survey receals that seL- eral studies on clark adaptation or cisval pigment regeneration might Iraee sugcrcd from influences of the anesi/retic used. The cause of tlre phenom- enon might lie eithern in ane.stbctics-induced mem- brane changes or in hindrance of the isomeration of 11-trans retinal to 11-cis retinal. Recently wes described that the general ancs- thetic halothane retarded cone dark adaptation ( DA ) in human subjects, macaque monkeys. and birds. Although we used a measuring method based on the electroretinogram ( ERC ), it was speculated that the origin of the retardation m-ould lie in a retarded regeneration of the cisual picy- ment. This has now been eonGrmed by retinal . . .. , -1 . _ ._ _, . -....i.. .... , .....i,,.,,1.Yr"f , o o n o 0 9 $' 6 .-7 I . . - j i la a I~J"7 ~ a1 i
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' " 50255 5872 la ~ 2240 D .1 , ,, i - __l__.._..~~_._ ~ ~.._.~ ...._... ~'`.~~.',~'**ft~''~f;~.f~~ A?~"D fIF N=UWO'"K?~J"' II't'GPI . ... ~'tlc:r. ~^X2dT;"lT Gr' ..... ...._...L. l:Y~ ..._i.....~:: l~.'i?.~~ ~:v.:i'::+ ....~~ , . ~--r-:" r;r 1J J:va iiii. i~av:Jai :J L;+;ti:rS. i',.y.l.i ".'~(3~9 /;.~...7 i 0 3 u 0 0 0 0 9 8 7 8
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..y, . . , .: yt. y~~ C C U u U C1 f' G J'.ju?:Kc'a ::+a0X3 03.qd ~j^ °~ ~2~1Xta~cv '46SI4"m . ,.., M ,.P.. OLBS SSZOS
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d inThe Nethe ' ~ iands S02S5 5866 i -P ~d,~~m e d :, . . r r s. r atn u ; ollan III Lu. -74 • 3'o.ricology, 2 (1974) 173-184 _~... ---••----- IS.P •"/TOXICITY OF AE^OSOL I'ROPELI,ANTS ON TIIE RESPIRATORY AND CiRCULATORY SYSTL•'MS/j.,3, i1 tII~ L•*.FLUENCE OF BRONMOPt1F.,INrONARY LESION ON CARD10r * ~ LiL.11ONARY TOX.ICiTY I;`1'1'HE, hfOt'SF~ tCHAxD :,COTT BRODY*',.TETSUYA WATANABcE and DO!ytINGO M: AVIADO . ~Dcparlment of Phermaeolrf{yi,1 •U'ni~ercity of Pennaylvania )l Sch6oZ nf Medi'cine,lPhiladelphia Pa. 19174 (U.S.A.) ` / . (Received December Bth, 1973) SP,4 1'717q The i,halation of the following three propellants was tested ir, mice: tr_chla• rofluoromethane (Fluorocarbon 11, FC11), dichlorofluoromethane (Fluoro- carbon 12, FC12) and difiuoroethane (Fluoroca-rbon 152a FC15^.;1. There was a uniformity in nature of response of respiration and bronciwpulmonary ittnction, namely: reduction in respiratory-rate, tidal volume and respiratory minute volume, decrease in pulmonary compliance and increase in pul- monary resistance. The differences between the three propellants were that FC11 caused spontaneous c:Ldiac arrhythmias and sensitized the neart, whereas FC12 and FC152a did nat. However, inllai :tion of i''C1.t`)2a caused sensitization of the heart to epinephrine in mice that had experimental bron- _ 0 3n .a n n o 4 tti 7 2 •.
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. JL.S....'tkkx '. . U --- ~ , .f/ L t ~U a~~ UFJ:y,X 'J fG v- t:tl~},n~ r:S.1J ~ '~'1, : dl~~~~•!. 'i 1 1.T. C~:j ~ ~ti .-- - 1:,,\v •V. `s.~• b..».. .•..... _ .. .. ... .... . -- - 7J;".0 0. .,:~"; '. ~.~~Za.LT:'d .. _ 1 .:+~7..C. .. tWl\~.L...L... .. :..._. . (9961) ~ 40 sces sszos . . .f.e.,,.~.- _ ,,, . . ~
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Aogovia, X. A. ~ I~,'PT..UEaCB OP THE GHARACTER OF FUDICTIMa.A1. GROUPS IN CELLU1.LSH MACROMOLNCULg UPON THE Pn0?E&TIZS 02 i CwLLl11,ASE AND ESTi.R4 DEaI3TED FROM IT, by Z. A. F.oaovin, N. N. Shorygina, A. G. Yash:!nRkapa, ar.d I M. C. Treivas i Zhur. Prikl. Khia. ?2, 857-864 (1949)--~n Ru3aiaa with English Abstsact
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_ ..~.....:... IPITIPII; 50255 5868 IX Re2 - 81 s.p. Z. Gesamte Hyg. Ihre Grenzgeb. 26 (10) 736-38 (1980) r-• :/ ftAiiae .oe Eo6leamooo:id ad da Orpaaisoam dwd labakraudna . . . ,. e °?'~ ' - ~ ~ .,' `• _ Bs dtrao ass GsueA6sltsessis~w. _ . .~• ~ Zir fafMN.a d essM. .r.sYI a. at a swrp at tobaa nMki.N !1e leaM hazard of smoking is irrefutable. 'lbcnetore. thc sani- {ary education must include a campaign against toba<vo eoe- wMptiow, Prrrepuisition to success of tMse measures is an apfra priate information. Carbon monoxide is one of the significant components of tobacco smoha After Inhalation of the poisonous @as the oxygen supply of tissue In smokers is decreased. 4 at- tresec cases symptoms are observed as follow after arbon wo- macide poisoning. 'i1+e reduced oxygen delivery by carboe Iso- s~szide inhalalion due to smoking causes nductioa af physical perseverance and has anfavourable effects on the pndamaQod Aca.t. Stronp smoking evokes increase of hematocrit and hemo- globin concentration in blood. 0~ A d!) (I 07 +3 7 4
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Ofto-, MWWWtMueew . V. AscAenbrenner, I:. Bugafsky, Institute of Physto- IX Re --$!l logfcai' ReguTattons of the Czechoslovak Academy of Sciences, Prague and University 2 of Chicago, Chicago, From the Proceedings of the Czechoslovak Physiologtcal Society, S. P;' February 8-8, 1979. "!2Q Physiol, bohemoslov. 28 (1979) (3~t~ _a7
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~ ~ S.P,-- i i . .f Th. Inftv.nce of Certain Agronomic and Morphological Characteristics on` the Yield and Expansion of Popcorn' Vicrost E. GREEtv, P.= Certain characters of the popcorn plant are components of yield and certain others are conducive to popping quality. Some of these charac- ten affect both quality and yield, and are correlated either positively or negatively. In certain cases, one character will not affect yield or quality, but it will affect one other character. sFlorida Agricultural Experiment Stations Journal Seria No. Y020. • sAssociate A6ronomist, Everglades Experiment Station, Belle Glade, Fla. The author wishes to acknowledge the assistance of Mr. J. R. Murray, Ames Seed Farms, Ames, Iowa, who furnished seed and certain of the data. The graphs were drawn by Mr. E. King, Jr., aad phoWgraphed by Miss A. V. Larridt. r
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50255 5867 ria, . =f, L'LSI • . i ..e ..1 . . a !`~, ::d 2 z~rt: i LZ ' ": _' ,- . • . .. . . ~ . . . ... ' " ~ C) ~ 3 n o n n _..~.,.~_...a,_.-...M..~....._.._:_,."__._..~ _..y:.._ . a......r•va-~w_. .tA'.. ._....:.c.w~..~. ws. J. ~. _.... r ~ V I I IuAkieweepV T" Yi r op-<~ ea* 7Z,..blu,Lr:Lttonal Defx- Lo2 `-"ciencles on the Acetianul:ation of Pol)phgno2s in I r si'~h'rl~'^Y~~y
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~ 638 • oN l g,-Tsag 4utsd&H oaosqoZ •~Tvfl aIMIS ' 0,•H I kt8~~ • ~ • ~ p~ •kf •Q jtq •QWW4W QMD'8fiU MI Sd~1dO'T"EQ W'fN MYM13T hO =011RdS 2~,'.M.IMMOT-M M=J iio•~~:~a s ~~CO~89£t) od
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The influence of color in the selling of tobacco: TS F-~O_, bo. , i'. ! 2-240 7~.`.7 iT2Z i2.^7aC9 of co:or In the 3 ealIm", 7i I •T, ,~, F by 4 .'s.;.CCitiiL'~l. i:~t°aJ i3i14 I Statiuat 1553, S p. 28 =. IDent. 0.2, Agron0tl;J Reonq. G7 I RHport ::o. 2) 0,
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~ Technical Papers MrF OF THE BUREAU OF SPORT FISHERIES AND WILDLIFE. 26. Tests of Vitamin Supplements and Formula Changes ?~ in the Abernathy Salmon Diet, 1966-67 By Laurie G. Fowler and Joe L. Banks 27. U1liW ~.
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•qzZTa;; #r3 woiz vop8ttnraa V; - ;(tti6t) 4-OlT (Z 'oq) tt c%lsTod afBotoRub:ato40 I (•c..TTat;7;dz Pa='= iTTO ~"iTl uo aaor.s oaaaqoy ;o 9aaavodraoi ;o aauso=lu. Stw,) ' 1Ln0?!.';-DT.ii !Z:'• t:U'IS 'WZT Yti OJ'.1".OIA:o.T.b:. A}i3Q HoY.ZHC1Y'IaS .v&A'idM URtBH 4xuneZ
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GV, 1a ( - () :,:o U U U 2 0 t~~?f+}-:'i~i.~rlktlati.A i•s~- ~~•.:'~-! .. , > J CT~\, l L l.I \.L J.. :1 0 4L8S SSZOS );?J9t(0L /C+Of1:.:4,1 0 :~0 t{ 41.y> 1nl~ Ot: i•_ia ?.'f.
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pyROMETERSJ RJx CLASS• NO. PAMPiILET 74 IX Mu ~ Huramatsu, M. ; Obi, Y. ;. Fukuzumi, T. ; Keii, T. ' '0 (Japan Monop. Corp., Cant. REs. Inst., Jap.; Tokyo.Inst. Technol., Dep. ` Tokyo, Jap-) F ~ Heat Transfer Jap. Res. _2 (No2) 7-20 (1973) (in English) / *1974. Pto. 9, W 34Z7* *d* Tobacco chemistry:
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NcEvap, E. T. ItiF1.UE*ICB OF CqLTuS. SOi.t1TI0N TIOMYER4TURE ON UPTA-`CE OF RADIOCALCIU:S BY FLt3w-CURZD TOHACCO. Can. Jour. Plant Sct. AL 447-50 (3933)
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by m Joseph N. Sherrard Department of Civil Engineering Polytechnic (nstitute and State University Blacksburg, 1/irginia 24061 Iteven N. Scearce Virginia State Health Department Danvillle, Virginia Robert W. Benninger "irgiaia Stat• ::calth Department lexington, Virginia -3AJdott Weber: Department of Civ"17rEngineering University of California Oavis, California 95616 Continuous flow and batch activated sludge studies were conducted 1o assess the influence of the chemical o#ygen demand to total Kjeljahl nitroW to aaaoniue nitrogen ratio (COO:TKN:NH4-N) on the performance of the activate sludge process. Initial observations were obtained in a continuous flo~stud in which mean cell residence time, u, was used as the primary operatio 1 control variable. Observations obta4ned which did not agree with current theory concerning alkalinity changes were studied further in batch growth systems to postulate a.athematical model for the observed deviation. Further continuous flow studies were then initiated to verify the ~ mathematical model proposed based on the batch studies. The resulting equation was found to aicurately predict changes in alkalinity and is used in process operation. lased on the COO:TKN:NH4-N ratio and the O c 03%sTAcT4009891 .
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RJR CLASS NO. TRANSLATION Ann. Direc. Etudes 1:quip,SE1TA 1966 (No. 4) 21-30 (1966) (in French;- complete English translation available) ,
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wilkt18CZi.s a. Ea THE I2ti=1GE oF cULTiJ:2AL cO:iDITiCN3 ON BACTERLIL CV-TOIAO°p by S. B. i:3].kinson ani Z. P. Ai;,md. P''•3CroFi.1m ftcml I Zatwn. Ra9. cytot. „^t,, 1-411,15 (1960) I Ln
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8018 M0527 P 86- 9~ KLES AA BICCHEMISTRY-USSR* 4(p(l 5G9 --to A. A. Rlesov and S. Yu. Grigorash UDC 577.154 ~ It was shown theoretically and experimentally that polyenzyme cellulase complexes can catalyze reactions in kinetic systems that are characterized by the absence of any one definite step limiting the rate of the enzymatic hydrolysis of cellulose, even when the rates of the individual steps of the process differ substantially. Such a peculiarity of the kinetic behavior of cellulase complexes is due to the presence of shunting pathways ip 4 series of successive-parallel reactions of en- zymatic degradation of cellulose to glucose. In such systems the equilibrium rate of formation of the end product is deterained, as a rule, by the aggregate of the rates of several steps simultaneously. A consequence of this reaction mechanism is the wide variety of the kinetic principles of the accumulation of glucose (the end prolact~an& t1N clp~g~in~he~el/Rul~ ~pncentration_ (int~rme$1a,xa produot), - when the co oa}'~io~( of'ind;via'wti com~oti s"tpf tTi pol7ensyos eellulase system io varied. An illustration of the kinetic principles of the Msymatie hydrolysis
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Byckling, E. (Amer-Tupakka Oy, Hyryla, Finland) -4 BeitY. Tabakforsch. 7•(No. 1) 54-60 (1973) (in German - complete English translation available) *1975, No. 6, W 1849* *d* Tobacco chemistry:.
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W,bT (9 °oti) .~~L .ot; so=~c~; ~'.rrdod ooot~qo~r, o2o~oa ~.c;g rrz~o.x~;± t~,tzol; ` .FU ='3 19 T'~` V ~l `M0Mszt, do 0201 : W:'tiLifi C;iv wMt0:-:•rtr 0,s OoOV$0m, .;0 siStti0d5a ::f"T, 1:0ZZTJL'L'13 ZI05 tLTVSi :0 m t lct•t GNV W14WjW,,U~
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i tr` .M-MAM }K' i`-.,,.2ES-Z1.~{The Effect of Different Viruses on the AmuuAt of Auxins in Tobaceos) (In French) by Jean Pavillard. j ~ -••ta.,..a•,-; ai S::a • 'e:.rca 4.04, i'i rct. L ..,1, , ;h.. . • •'1 ; J: , . . .. tV~...6 - yoncrf. Srlent~~.'dJ. int..-fa±:wla.l .'J 'Y,ws: >' a %:f _ . "F. •r Frr, . sr : ; n f_•,ei _"
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or'ZftiQl4TrS- 2240 ..---- ~~t,e ~ , . ~ . ~ . .. . . . . _.. ~__. .~ ~ ._: ..... (ksRZ^rJMIk~) (Ttie Effeei ~f flifFereni ~~ 8'S':41ei6 ~ I ~? o<ty (F1u4Cured ano 3un-Cured ) on the nutltty snd tbc C:ienital Co++pssition of ToEaeco Yerieties iraT the "egions :)f tstris and Ravnajk in t4e Provinss of MerzegorinarYuZoslavi3-) (iq,f:rencb~ ey r,. eun}'ic. ~t.r a.'•yl+sl yc'aht!fie Tsti>teeo Can4~i;s, '!tt!~ 1n'tPVa!IuMAL SGIEWfiC T09aCf0 FMT !PrQS cr ~o~~ee Sc'wnlttiqve fnterrat oaal da '.Det+/ ~ lg!+~ aaY pldta 603 P.3ta. n Freace+ •n4 in :ryllr~. S: E- . T. 4. . Par;a .•bt^Jt!te
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R.JR CLASS ' N0. PA%PHLET 7,1 Leuchtenberger, C. ; Leuchtenberg.^.r, R. *(no arfil.)* .:,'•~iiM~.~'.-.IJ ''.' ,S2.Fr Fa: •SH-.CI~A]1»T~ S MOKE Ati D. I T S ZaT *(FinfluB chronischer [nhllationen von frischem Zigarettenrauch und dess(in Gasrhase auf die Entclic':Ding von Lungentunoren bei Snell's "fausen.)* ?.eitschr. Pr:,eventimed. 15 (?Io. 6) 457-62 (1970) (in Cerm: n) Chronic inhalation of total cigarette snoke as well as the gas phase leads to early occurrence and to higher frequencaes of lung tumor3 in Sr.ell's mice. The effect of the gas phase is especially remarkable. The effk-.ct is greater in t,<<le than fer.+ale mice. Bronchial carcinoma, which occur fr<?quently in human ci.;;.rette smokers, was not observed in mice. More often the inhalation of total sr..okle as well as the gas phase leads to a glandular lung tunor which s~et~ me,g s ~ontaneQusiy i~} c AnC ol ~ace atid at a later age. ~ _ .~~-~ V U - iIJ l ' " LI ~ ~ ..~ . . - •- , ~._ ,.,~.... - - ..- . . ...
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R. 0. ttrNe! (Atwpwrtc fclr.rr. tafwra.rl, .. s. M1'J <ItetlMttl <.r.l, m/c. Se.M .. - IW . I .I. R..y.. w .lOOt) _, • L r. e.a. - -; . ~. J. tl./.ar (Mt. at f+ryt. .[ Iffele•o cd bttw.. lnlo. .t y... 1.rtW. Vr.,. l2'J71) a Lrgt wt+Ytr .1 Mllw fltrt. lwel.t.t; tb .lwitcwwr t.rct.reoont H lw dwlty W MrtMl tMclntrttlM (lnelWly l..r seeec t..Mwtl.n t+celtt (c)) wre rd. ...r Lctatt. ib lw Ir.ctty vtc dtterN.cd by w N a Cerdtaf ttdcwr .rlentcN ..cA that tlr p.n" dlr.ecly tMwo lt M cu.nc cM deecest. iAc .ecttcl nd CII pr.f/IN wrt r.t.rN .ely ..Nlllectt.n .f at "ty bctc..de. Oo eear.l ecc.ciw .cll dtI/W lq.rt ctcYRN S\ .At-b tlcrt qp.rcd to M ttertqwdlnl ttrcttrre ln MtY tM ..roe.l cnd tM det.lty prs(ll.t. Thlt tnf.r.etlw Va. wed t. tttlrtr tMr caylntttw c.cfllttea Mlcl.nc then c.mptrtd t..elcec eyeeted frte tM.r.clecl coaeld- tt.t/tM. to Ndltlee, a reeent nMr.pt twereere to ttratqMcle ter.e.le (dw to wlcente. .etl.ity) Mt PnvldeJ a turtAer .ryert.nlty to dtcectly Mt.f- tal.t tlr Infl.e.et cf .er.Nlt tn tAt t+rll le. ttt.e.antlw by ee.prty tMlr retp.ctl.e Ireftl.r bt/wt .M .1tcr tM trvptl... ?t,. ccrrel recrltt trlsetc tYtt tAt ut.rtl c.rntN Me llttle effect .m tb wll tw dene/ty to the ttret.nMcre Icr tne ewp .t ewdlttw tlba «crrrN farly w eed7.
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50255 5874 ....r+~+w.- _.,....a.r....~.........:....~...r.... A .-..........~.........a....v........r....~ws. .....,..+~. .._._ ~t•~' I'iI:1CI1iIF: \L~tIIJC1:01':I1''fl!:TI1:1 GIiGI'I':i;1. " IiULLiiTI\ DC LA SOCIfiTli Cili.'.SIQt:i: iiEl)GIZAU 35 (I970) C .~ w± , . ..r- GIIDR-104 54.02:54-44:546.262.3:66.04 Or:ginal Scientific P.Tp.•r / -.~.....r.,._'-~.~."`_....~. TTT1!~?R'`t=t!t'P,~t"C1r'OIT CERTAiN"CHEMICAL STRi;CTUtfi ~ CHANGES OF TIII: LOW=T1iM 1'li1:aTI;I:I: C.ah.l;O\ JIO\O\IDE SHI1tT frtrT..t.'S"i' O\ ITS IO1Uit IN 'I'HE CONDITIONS 01; HEA'14' T1:1:AT.\iENI's by a PAULA S. PUTANOV, ZARI:O D. JOVAtiOVIC and EOJA\:A D. ALEI:SIG` t A relatis•ely small number of publishcd works gives information ' about processes \chich ensue during heat treatment in the comp'.ex system of zinc ic~co::ide - chromic h}•droxide - copper h~•droYide, ~chich re- presents the busc for the low tc:npcrature CO •- shift catilyst. Thcce are i data regarding the thermal analysis cf low temperature catalysts; however, 4 tl{ase i~scs,~nc€t}tct{jhromium nor zinc arc fcund in the form of their _ hydro,Kides, the former being entered as chiomic acid anh\-.iri.:c and the + latter as 2inc oyidc (S, 9). Certain works dcai with the daal Act: oxidr -
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G v+ 0 ~ A1A cLnss rio rnrmnTvT vi To 79 . s. p. ~ ltamilton, , J.: L. ; Ifush, L, (U. S. _Uep. As,r.6, SEA-AR; Jniv. Y,y. L I)ep. Al;ron. , LexinFton, Ky• , U. Si, j Conf., 33rd, tape, Lexington, Ky. (Oct. 29-31, 1979~ ~ E;periaests were conducted to detersiai at what stage during curing changes ia ~ ! eoocestratida of nitrogenous constitaaats occur and hor these chanses ssay De altared. Stalk cut burley tobacco vaa coarsntiowlly air cured, pri.ed and ais : ~ earad ia a conveational Darn and prised and cured in cha.Mrs with oxygen and ethylene treatmeats. Sasples ver* taken at freqwnt iatarvsls (about 3 days) during conventional curing and daily during accelerated curing. Nitrate con- centration decreased the first day or two of curln=, thea started to increase. j Zbe sainitude of incruse and chan;u during the latter staSes of curing was variable depending on stalk position and sKthod of curitUj. Nost of the decreass is protein occurred during the early suses of eurisZ and was about the sasw for jall curing .ethods. Alkaloid concentration was decreased during accelerated curing procedures. Naat of the decrease occurred during the latter stages of ~ euti" when the tesperature vas increased. Totat nitrogen concentration was ~ hishar ts tured leai froa accelerated curing tMra is conventionally cured tobacco. -
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Forest Bzo' cm~ Co.^mittee _ _ • ,.~.. , a.~. . ._. a •J ~. . . ..,_...~... w t... ,r4,,., .. .,_~.. . .,.• . ~ a~~..~.~~t~.'.}r ....'.i +.......a
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t. 78 VII Ag-rj9 S.P. d`ri~ etid~3t~'6p~`r~"Mycorrhi auf die Chlamydosporenbildung von .Tbielaviopsis basicola in Tabakwurzeln Von Ph to ath. Z., 74, 3i8-361 L1972) ; _. - ' c 2 Verlag I'ZU1Paa ey , E3erlin und H*burg` ' H. BALTRtJSCHAT und F. SCHO,NBECK ~ Less chiamydospores of Thielaviopsis basicola were produced on to~:r .:~ roots infected with mycorrhiza compared to roots free of mycorrhiza. C1,!.:- mydospore production showed a negative correlation with the amoutit of mycorrhizal fungus present. Tests i n v i t ro on malt extract medium with the extract from, my- corrhizal roots showed an inhibition (80-100 c) of dilamydospore production in comparison with the controls. . »., .
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i A.A. VAN DOOREN 0 PhcrmaceutkaJ Deuelopment Department, Duphar B.V.,1381 CP Weesp (The Netherlande) B.W. MOLLER •• Loborotoriune uoorPharnwceutische Technologie, Rijksuniuersiteit Groningen (The Netherlande) (l:ecei.ed 7 April 1981) ABSTRACT Tbermochimica Acta, 49 (1981) 151-181 Elsevier ScI entjfic Publuhing Company, Amiterdam -Printed in Belgium The extent to which experimental variables may influence the results of quantitative DSC was investigated in factorial designs. In this paper, the first of a series which reports our findings, the study design is presented. The results of the calibration checks, carried out throughout the whole period of testing, are also given.
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~_ sazss seee - - ,.:.i ~....._ ...... ..,.._._~: >....~ .._.~,. -- - -- -- -~~ IX ~ . .. ~.~ . Y~~_ . (1968) ,.:ow ~ SL],t.:IIov, ti. Yu. . .,~ . J~:'_~C£ CF Tr `E CQ:~JSITI~N ©F Ctiz') + ti^ : 7 . . C:,i::kr.YSTS Oi1 TtiSla SF.UVIOjt 114 THL aX.ID:i'. ZaN op CO, by H. Ya. Su3.tanav and M. S. %,;faa'kii
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f s -7EI. . 73 17 MtV - T08ACt~-~COT~dSTI4iE' ~!!itATtTltE _ RJR CLASS NO. PA*PHLET 73 IY au ~ ; CICARETTFS--DRAW SI~ST~ Cg/ ~ :` Fukuzumi, T. ; Keii, T. t. ; Ob~, Y. ; Murar.~atsu , ~ , } (Japan Monop. Corp., Centr. Res. Inst., Tokyo, Jap.; Tokyo Inst. Technol,, Dep. Chea. Eno., Tokyo, Jap.) --- ~ Nippon Nogei Kagaku Kaishi 46 (No. 11) 569=75 (1972) (in Japanese with ~ as: Nel/e Dswkd) I *1973, No. 5, W 1849* *d* Tobacco chemistry: t . ;~v
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T7tennochimice Acta D (1981)176-183 ; -Printed in Bdaium i er ienti uihine Company, Amsterdam A.A. VAN 000REN e Phormoceuticol Development Department, Duphar B.V., 1381 CP Weesp (The NetAerlards) B.W. Mf3LLER •• Laboratorium voor Phormaceutische Technologie, Rijksuniuersiteit, Groningen ~ (The Netherlands) 7 (lteceived 7 April 1981) ~ ABSTRACT The extent to which experimental variables may affect the results of quantitative DSC was investigated in factorial desians. The factors investigated concerned the appara- tus, test substance, reference and atmosphere. _ 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 9
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CLINICAL TOXICOLOGY 9(6), pp. 929-936 ( 297G) 'J IL L CAMPBELL, B.S., D.V.M., M.P.H. Environmental Toxicology Division Health Effects Research Laboratory National Environmental Research Center U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Cincir.nati, Ohio Environmental Toxicoioay Division Health Effects Research Laboratory National Environmental Research Center Research Triangle Park, North Carolina
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A.A. VAN DOOREN • rharmaceutfcal Devtlopment Deportment, Duphar B.V., 1381 CP Weesp (The Netherlands) B.W. MOLLER ~• Loboratorium voor Pharmoctutischt Technolopit. R(jksuniversittit, Groningen (The Netherlands) (Received 7 April 1981) Thermochimica Aeto 49 1981) 163-173 Euevier cientific bliahing Company, Amsterdam - Printed in Belgiv e~ en variables may affect the results of quantitative DSC ~es nt~ .vh h n ~7 .. .,~as ldYes~at.lllin lictot#~L drsi~ Tlu I~tpis: ~arpty~t.d a~q~tMd tiN appamWa~ r t..t aubtarAe»t~.nn" a~»d atm _ _ 7 ~ . .
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Bull. Physio-Pathol. Resp. 9(2)3Z7-395(1973) VI ROo-77 INFLUENCE DES FACTEURS DE LMNVIRONNEMENT S•p. I' SUR L'ACTIVITE CIUAIRE ET LE TRANSPORT DU MUCUS ~~~~s;- To "', 0 a*- J. Hk R, OulMetm • Bull. Physio-polb. resp., 1973, 9, 377-393. ABST.IeACT The effects of numerous environmental factors, physiological or atmospheric, have been studied either on tracheal mucus drainage in vivo, or. more frequently, on eiliary activity in vitro. The use of a precise method for measuring the fro- quency of ciliary movement has established the relationship between ciliary activity and temperature. It has also shown th.u ciliary activity is unaffccteJ by variations of Po7 from 7 to 3000 Torr, but that it is significantly reduced whcn the Pco, exeeeds 35 Torr. In addition ciliary movement is extremely sensitive to pH. An acid pH is inhibitory whereas an alkaiine pH up to pH 10 etcrts an activating dfeet. Contrary to what has been supFested previously, the frequency of ciliary beating is unaffected by unipolar atmospheric ionisation. HoN•ever, it is extre- hely sensitive to irritant polluants, in particular sulphur dioxide, nitrogen dioxide, ehlorine, short-chain aldehydes and cyanhydrie acid. A numbcr of thcse substances are present in high concentration in the Raseous phase of cigarette snroke and may explain in part the toxic action of this smoxe on mucociliary function. The particulate phase of cigarette smolx also carries a number of cilia• Ir*ibitoq The quantitative study of all these fnctors provides valuable informatiot stiolc,,~, taI a twwb.r .E -rataaar.f ~Iw .eat~f y~: i~` C#k* I*jfy j/Ntk'Mf /I"/f t WN/N p0j/1g0/1b.
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A.A. VAN DOOREN • Pharrnaceutical Development Department, Duphar B.V., 1381 CP Weesp, (The Netherlands) ~ B.W. M=ER !• Laborntorium uoo.Pharmaceulfwhe Technologie,'Rtjksuniversiteit, Groningen (Tht Netherlands). 771ermochimica Aclo 49 (19811 185-19 - (Received 7 April 1981) isevier Scientific Publishing Company pnn Amsterdam ABSTRACT ted in Belgium The extent to which experimental variables may affect the results of quantitative DSC waa investigated in factorial designs. The factors investigated concerned the apparatus, test aubatance, refererxv and atmosphere. The following were used as test substances: adipic acid (melt without noticeable decomposition), naphazolini nitrate (melt with decomposition), potassium nitrate „ (aolid-solid transition) and sodium citrate dihydrate (dehydration).
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R..._ . 7Q MeF-F-M-74 F_ . a e- ,~p .C ~ STEFAN SUL ai ' J- 3f4. NjTAaarwt rrtne pntnnelwwskr, B.arltlots, CSSR '- ' ox~=t w~ r~cde 1'cntr: d ! d : p ~ Yatwc d e u dc tt temp n I+~1I~wce dea mrtMMt.y dc ccmt:clalwN~, ~ %.# fR 1v prtiscrrllinw de C•u~.ulctWwtu" impuri:w- N -. ~... . : . so sM•utttr'~ Des praltats nsaceks d'o.iciae t*c'talt oat hd ent.rposft pcnduat 9 nrofs J -12'C. - IX'C tt -2i'G f.cs aaal,rres oat aroatr: qat ks onKaiks de corrgelatiuw w oet put R.rrwt la/laeace sMw l.•s eurutin..i.lts. !o ckkrn.rkv/le ft Pwldt C'ostvrhiqrK: Iv lxestrration de crt piFaKwq drpeaJ beaacaap. p.N tuatre, de leae eovku., de /o•tee+pirotwe d'entreposage et de Jit dueee. det La colorotirnr des cworewvldes lycopkiwe et p Cororinr tat b adnrx toarerale; celle pfpwtw/s ortbnt+•naiqacs etr attteoaent aroias bonee tt eontiare : boista pendaat ks 9 a+ois de rt.eilae i -13'C. -1a -C et -24 C. p'wu firCon zdnerole, !a colorotiow ett surtout iajlrentde pr lo remplrarwe; i-12'C, i1 /rfsercntioa de ks picneestariuN est In plus fa+ble olort qd'tllt tst arcillturt au.c" ttmpfrotroes pdrs hosses, les peaes de colurotiuw ks plus juibles erant obrereees i-24'C. Let pe.res d'acide 4escwbiqae d+•peedeat ortri de /o tea+Tfrotm de stockolt; e/les sont plrs jortet i- l2'C tt plas bosses . - 2i'C. Ew /oacties de «s ntsultote, PA. s+egbm b rtarplntarr L p/rt reeonuwowdoble pour Iq pulqrt de lo coajllalon.
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ar E j PLYMM, M.D., C.RC.P.(C) OilsAACK ApoCL1Tf . M,w. IIM'ilT1CATIOOi CAIr. QllZZ}t fW? Yr1'UA.`tf G PaiaisT. Sl.D., C.A.C.P. ( C ) Affif'lABiT rSTQfIATM7, AliAlt Ut?/OSLLL Lgf17TIJ7?. W'TAL V1CPOtiA XlOiHfjI. J. u. C~, at.D., C.M. ; ASfpTA..T tfyClpAT111T, A1J..W IIiS/OaIAL LnnTTtTi=. DOTAL r1C'fmu mOQlTIL C. J. PwTIzz, M.D., M.SG, F.A.C.P. i Dt1iCM C7.M-WAi. A1'iST1CAT10af C%Tf. QV@f )IART V!TlSA.VS AOSltTAL r1T1Y 71R TEM7CAi. ASfiSTAI1CS QI Mua H. Wsmm ( Fea. &. GWcd Lveitiptloa V.t. Qu.eu \taqr Veteram Rapieat md t5. Deme.d aE hyclilat'tp. Alla. %lemorial [mEttuok ltoyd Vk*ori. HoepitaL \tcatresl, Gaada) a~~~ee ia its dtffereat approumtely 15 minutef aftu ds lyd- OQ aY sum .Wowlns (60tbclriir rt IN Wro.r is blma u~a k"r (tvW ta d~. i, i «.e ~udy, r w..pe w , .. . ~_ rd sM~ ~a atop" ~: ..d! w
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Coolsaaas, C, i 2HF L"(r.ttWCS OF ENVIR{7NMENTAL FACgOR.3 0.4 i'W..c". GRCWM }1ND DE7ELCPMEtM OF TC9AC,7,0. Reprint froms t Rspor2 of the XIVth Iater• national Horticn2tura1 Congrees, Nethero laads, 14'12•81, (1955). 0~oo.oao~.~~.~~ ...,.. . (~!r . a . . ~:-~rK . w . ..... r ir, I,,#- t
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,, ants, C. E., La.nm, W. S. ('North Carolina Agr. Exp. Sta., Raleigh, N. C., U. S.) N. C. Agric. Exp. Sta., Tech. Bull. No. 198, 39 p (Nov. 1970) ({n ' *1971, No. 19, td 7881* *d* ~ 3 T&atyo mr&uburq: 9 23__.____. _- . . ...4....1.• . .. . .. .~...:..-•.. _..-.wa...L.,..~. .r....M..rw.d• , , _ -..... . .-M..L~+.+~.. ... ~, S _ ,.. . . a.a v .
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I TOBACCO BUDWORM/ . 0 a7 n~ ~ U Dof Wrly_ tuitnq ~i.gratN oottMr Alt~M~nt OrO+''° • TRR Sfri1TNNESTERA LNTdMLOGIS? J0Nf 1981 8889 MF628 P 126 1/II Re -$2 . HARD JA 1. (A•) ( SOUTHWEST ENTOMOL 'VGL. 6 110. 2 :: J. A. Harding Texas Agricultural Experiment Station Texas A6M University Agricultural Research & Extension Center Weslaco, TX 78596.- ~ ~ ABSTRACT: Results of 10 yr (11 tests) of experiments with cotton in the Rio Grande Valley of Texas seemed to indicate that early spray appli- cations did not precipitate early or more intense, hard-to-control infestations of the tobacco budworm, Heliothis virescens (F.). July 6 or 7 was the average date of "first" eco- noc in e`~ sfatIons based on 24 tests at which time aiuch of the cotton in the area is normally too ~na e th be a i red by tobacco budworm. Schemes for the use oral" o tM Rio 6rande allesr aro suooortM bar tAo deta MwMteO. ., ...~...
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•x£ •dd flua6Wccr::r,, TJa-:laYc:o j co}~~S ©~f '~~ =ut tV'.oa uae= 30 P~TT*Tlb p" so.~..: &.,.1 rn a~t22nT I[L'L .+^ x~~-.c o.zdw*~ teoTsActd ~• At t
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• J..fdA.Jkar. 14)) VoL S 119 13 , ~rp. - 1 1 7 9 _. %W 1 CorJon anJ M d • Pr te io tiorthun lrcl.od P. F. A. 6tJLMER ' Sthlphol• OosL The Nctherlsndt. FoJFLer•YFW. N.Y. _ . . ; ..~: . • .- " : . . . . .. • V"cdxdJc,urory 1?,1973) . . WeKabi'lity combined with a strong oxide layer are needcd for adhesive bonding and Sese propcrtics can only be examined by making joiats with an adbcsive and testing tian. The best test for this purpose is the climbing drum peel test. Surfacts must be pkklcd and anod'raed. The acids used for pickli.-tg influence the anodized structure and chrocaia'sutphuric =cid mixture followed by anodizing in chromic acid gives optimum h~ lo~ r th on bondin& Flxtron- erl stren kl l hu i aad r+ bi ! d i k t i & . p p ._ c p c o u au r c s s ~ s. a r.dcrograplu show a dear relation between sarfax rnorphology and bondability and a • iae etchpit strueture within coarser etchp;ts gives the most desirable structurc. Low strengths art assocaatod with either weak oxido or a Kmakcned aluminiurn surface. ~. '.`_i M Otv~~
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John T. Lanzetta and Scott P. Orr Dartmouth College Previous research has demonstrated that particular facial expressions ot readily acquire e:citatory strength when paired with a congruent uncondit one stimulus than when paired with an incongruent outcome. The present tud extends these findings on the excitatory and inhibitory role of facial expre ' r by demonstrating that particular facial expressions (fear and happy), ?ahe paired with a neutral cue (tone), can influence conditioning to the neutrali cot ditioned stimulus (M. It was found that subjects who had a fear ezprqssio paired with the neutral CS responded more to the fear expression than to tk neutral CS, whereas subjects who had a happy expression paired with the neutr. CS responded more to the neutral cue than to the happy expression. These :finc ings strongly support predictions from "overshadowing" or "blocking" mode of classical conditioning. . , . ~ 0 0 ~ 0 0-9:. 9 ,.._, . ~2 n - : j
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TODACCO--MARYLAND/ Maryland Agric. Exp. Sta. Miacell. Publ. 1979 , (940 ff 1-36(1974) 78 VII Ag-80 3.P. M. K. Aycock, Jr. and H. R. Erdogan ~ The practical utilization of heterosis In crop piants has been greatly facil- itated during recent years through the use of cytoplasmic male-sterility. This method has reduced the cost of hybrid seed production by eliminating the need to emasculate the seed parents of hybrids, and providing an economical method for large-seaie hybridiration.; This technique is now being used in the commercial production of a number of crops including burley tobacco.
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r.nterraali o nn.I. Sai e~ PrdI br.asa_ls, YROCEEU[lVGS 0F 7tfTc SCIENTTFIC 7p8ACGD ~~ND INTERNEkTCOHAI.. Co"9ss, 7WE .1956. Fede.tab -- i:7.oox t1ruusels ; •1953 ~, .=t::.~.i i1959) - ~ n cc;~;ish .:rii :'t••..::c'.~ .
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0 t4k 1'hc Qhio Statc Uaiversity, Ph.A., 1971 Tood lechnoloey
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, 0 3 0 o n o i K~41 :.tin~'1~_~WN Bull. PhYsic~-Pathol. Res . 9(2 3Z7-395(1973~ VI R -77 S . P.. THE INFLUENCE OF ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS ON CILIARY ACTIVITY AND MUCUS TRANSPORT J. NBs. R. Ouiqerm • Brdl. Physe'o-path. resp., 1973, 9, 377-393. AaST.RACT 0 The effects of numerous environmental factors, physiological or atmospheric, have been studied either on tracheal mucus drainage in vivo, or. more frequentll, on ciliary activity in vftro. The use of a precise method for measuring the fre- quency of ciliary movement has established the relationship between ciliary activity and temperature. It has also shown thdt ciliary activity is unaffccted by variations of Pos from 7 to 3000 Torr, but that it is significantly reduced whcn the Pco= exceeds 35 Torr. In addition ciliary movement is extremely sensitive to pH. An aeid pH is inhibitory whereas an alk.riine pH up to pH 10 exerts an activating effect. Contrary to what has been su¢Fcsted previously. the frequency of ciliary beating is unaffected by unipolar atmospheric ionisation. However, it is e.,tra mely sensitive to irritant polluants. in particular sulphur dioxide, nitrogen dioxide, chlorine, short-chain aldehydes and cyanhydric acid. A numbcr of thcse tubstances are present in high concentration in the gaseous phase of cigarette smoke and may explain in part the toxic action of this smoKe on mucociii3ry function. The particulate phase of cigarc:te smolae also carries a number of cilio- I bito The quantitative study of all these facton provides valuable informatiott l6Si414=Dj A, AtJlAbei oI ~IiNaN! ~ Ne YfMlh/Of~ aJtaf!lti. CNfory WdWy I fNucw dnlimp j kilMM poOeat14 j;
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7-5-60 I MeB -80 S P .:: ACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOG . MASS ~ INDUSTRIAL LIAISON PROGRAM - 1a1pA ltats ant 11iclual L. SyshW iloaa ichool ot MaaaQ...ut
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e T. C. CAMPBEL H. L GtTRT '-- L, 00~, R. S. POR'PMAN,i aAd Department of Biochemistry and K~ j! l/. O. 1G MGBODILE Virginia Polytechnic institute ~ Goldblatt suggested, iwt d years ago [ 11, dat we could well be oo and State University ' tbe threshold of vast new de*elopments related to the health signifi• Blacksburg, Virginia ; caaee of mycotoxins, comparable in promine.ee to the research on ~- vlta,nias during the last 3040 years. Ho+oe.er, Alsberg and Black + -• !j had called attention to the potential Importance oI mycotoxins as long ago as 1913. These farecasts are, in fad, presently being :~ realised, as documented by tiw recent comprehensive and impressive ( re.iew by Lillehoi, Ciegier, and Detroy ( 31. { As the newer knowledge on mycotoxins u.[olds, however, the data { 4osot always remain uneq.ivocal; as with other toxic materials, the f i results oI one group of ic.estigators not Infrequently are in apparent , ~~, ~_ cooitkt with the reports d others. Too oftes R is not possible t /o ; determine the specific ca.se of the variatioa and at times, the non• ~' ~ *script phrase Mnatural bidogical variatios' Is offered as an (i ~ 'MucA of this work was sepported by USPBS Grant No. 1 RO1 irs00334 tPresent address: Therapeutic Research Dhistoa, Miles Laboratories, Elkhart, Indfaoa 46514. t 2Present address: Department of Biochemistry and Physiology, b~dAa:GarnaratiQa~..~l~f e~.ldN.ew ~ 3 2.4
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Joimaon, 1di11iaea H. I::FLUENCS OF HARVL'STING AND PROCESS VARZAnT..ES ON BULK CURING OF BRZG'.iT LEAF °!'OBACCO. (N. C. State Univ. at Raleigh. Tobacco Reprint Series No. 192) Reprinted fromi Trans. Am. Soc. Agr. Engra. 8 (No. 3) 354-357 (1965) -- - ~--.-~-
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~., r;~ur-;y k= _ ~ {1.5tVX iZ (2U 'Q.~ ~ ) (eso;ouqc; r7rt~'' } UT 6[d}.7?a'}w~ D!~~`Je C~~,'; v^ -uao e,-~ uo esc+4aga lea.tcqxa ,xo v:-.uen.jjvT) 1u..ZS S.~7t:4u Wla.~ 'J~iLa.xl+v r*u .S,~•• ar1aJL:.111 Lti..t 1+
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~~,~,.~.... _ ._ . 7 .. U ~~. '. .. A .~c ...~ r .-. . } . . .- /~. . . ~. ..x, f~ : .. . 41MAN ... . a ., y~ . .:.-~-. .. „ - . ,S International Meeting on N-Nitroso Compounds, 7 h, ~ ?ok J (S 8 yo apan ept 2 ,.. -Oct Vt Re9-8j , [ 2. 1981? . .~ a.,. - - s. f..i0 Mec.y , sU.idt Rot.Y.i., wtr Tw.N, ~ 5.P. N.rYo.,. Yrocc .w. ste..e. •. reertt= a. wwww w a •s«. tw N.fi.w b.*. tnetlt.t• [or Oi.eo.c lr.vo.tic. ! A.eric.w Nw.1tA leundetiaw WaIAoll., Nev Y.rk 10SlS, •.11.A. Iee rMwct l.. . " - .. . .• .. , .. .. ~ . . . . . . . , . •ltAw+ t>tsw h.v. Me..w..reum eYide.iolo4icol •t.lieo Mld iw4Isot• tlw cc.6t.a ie41 .I cAro.ic aleoUol e+w tob.cco co..u.qtio. .. risk latacs fa c..e.cc Of the h.M .M .cck i• .c., th. Yrvei.e ..ck..i..(.) tK 04416 .f t#.N tw rt.k loct.r. b tAe et i.teNy •I co.cer A.ve ..t . t" Tftr09 t. as.ei.t po..i t•I c wy. _bX L A/ d t~e-tw - a I'
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~ ~ " TOBACCO--FILLING CAPACITY/TOBACCO--PHYSICAL PROPERTIES--QUALITY/ TOBACCO--IRAQ/TOBACCO--TURKISH/TOBACCO--SMOKE--EHEMICAL CONPOSITION/ . IX SS RJR CLASS NO PA*1PHLET 77 I X S 7 7 . a Sabir, S. S.; Milih, M. H. (Tobacco Monopoly Admin., Baghdad, Iraq.) -017-J1d~il.tat~. Vl1tV R ;QF TIiI `YRAQI SE~fI-ORIENTA~. TOB Bull. Coll. SICA16; CUAKAeTERISTi1C$' OF THE SMOKE AND CIGARETTE. Sci. 17 (No. 1)91-100`(1976) (in Vnglish) *Keywords:* nicotine, smoke, constituent; nicotine, cured, constituent; TPM, smoke, constituent; moisture, cured, constituent; hydrogen ion concentration, smoke, constituent; ash, cured, constituent; sugar, total, cured, constituent; nitrogen, total, cured,,constituent; potassium,pured, constituent. ~ , 0 3 0 0 n 0 0 9 9 z S
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.A b-fA 6 f n 0 ls UL2 F. 0 { ; " ai;? .• .V ... f ~. ~... ..w ~;....•»~~. • .. _ a. . . `~ R.. . .. . E£6S SSZOS
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0 N o+ ~ ~ ~ n 0 ~ DeJong, D. W. . . l . (U. S. Dep. Agr., Agr. Res. Serv., Tobacco Res. Lab., Oxford, N, C.; N. C. State Univ., Dep. Bot., Raleigh, N. C., U. S.) , 0, .1" ."-7t"W,'tA"'"Y1iE ~ Can. Jour. Bot. 52.(:.'o. 1) 209-15 (1974) (in English) I *Keywords:* glycollate oxidase, green, constituent; ; peroxidase, green, constituent; ' chlorogenic acid oxidase, green, constituent. *1974, No. 12, W 4804* *d* Tobacco chemistry: s--MA_TllAt N0 1'A % H'HLET 7y VI De ~
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, -- : -..- -~=•- Yy _~~ JOt.'RNAL OF POLYMF.R SC1ErCE: PdyawChemiutry Editioe VOL 11. 3095-]101 (1977) 73 III Re2-74 S.P. ~ ; . _ .. '.MM A. BASCH and.M. LE«'I'.\',* The Israel Fiber Institute, Jerusalem, Israel Synopsis The p.-rolysis of purified celluloses in air at ?.i1•C a•as studied. The pyrolysis aes found to obey first-order kinctics, and the rate constants correlated with the crystallini- ties, orientations and accetibilities of the samplea. The results are interpreted in terms of an ocygen-catal.•zed dee•ornpositiun, with the acce.sibility of oxygen to the celhtlu.:e determining the rate of pyrolysis. The production of levuglucosan under conditions approaching combu=tion was shown to be s function of the cn•stallinity and orientation of celluloae. Some levoglucorsan appeant to he produced from the les•~c ordered regioi>9. In Part I of this study,' the effects of crystallinity and oricntation on the vacuum pcrolysis of ccllulose were rehorted. This investioation has bec•n d to the effccts of thece arameter3 on the rol, sis of cellul- ill xtend p e e ~ --,-•. ....,.. .. ~,..~. ~.. •-.-.. _.._r.,,. ~,_._.~.~T ..,.... .._ _~ _~_ i
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~..~..,~. -~-- 5 ~ V'II ~ Ch8 _ SOZSS 593 _INFLIMM, OF 7`HE' IIOmOZS'GOii.1 ANTO I`i. T f.p,'1ZY,-,OLTS . MOSATC--P.I:SISTANCE F+.CTOD OX ()i~AA'^I'1'ATIVE C?lARACTF.RS OF FT.CTF.-CUFEI) TOBACCO. -. L . a .. . Y ~ t.... ~41 . _.'. a
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JOf71tNAL Or ! W.YMG1 iClttttCS Alsw.. (bft.i*ryrf~liti.a rOL.12, Ss6i-22Oe! tNti) a4 x.ai Re-Is -. 712 .. .. _ ~.....,. r. The Influence of Orientation. A. BASCB and M. LEWI\', The Israel Fiber lnatitute, _ Jsrl~aaltrrt, I uatl = i Synopats The effects of orientation upon the pyrolysis of cellulose were investigated by u;ing a serks ot ray-on 6ben which differed only in orientation. The initial weight loss seen in lo.r-temperature vacuum pyrolysis N due to trasslinking in the le+s ordered regions and was shown to be a firat-0rder reaction .rhore rate varies directly with the degree of orientation. The exteat of thin reaction decrewes with inerea.•ing orientation and is direetlp related to the amount of char formed at higher temperatures. The bulk pprofysis rate increaset with increasing orientation. DSC, air pyirolysis ratea, and letroducaran formation were also studied. In Parts I and II of this investigation.t•= the effects of both crystallinity and orientation on the pyrolysis of cellulr,.-e in the presence and ab=ence of oxygen Nere studied. It was shown that increasing orientation accelerates the rate of vacuum pyrolysis of ceUulo-e and also increaseg the tendency towards levoglucosan formation. In the presence of air, however, increas- ing orientation decrcases the pyrolysis rate, apparenth• by limiting the ilitnof &e o4lulge to oxygen. Since these effects. of c,rientatiqQ.-.
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~....~.~ 50255 5932 ' 'tY1Rnr•rn--AMP'n ArTnS/TnRrtr'r'n_=SnrrARS/ ~ T0RACrn--r'NF4Tr'AT, rn%mnSITTnN---AOROVOMY--RFT.ATTrn!SnTp/ ' _".0 (r--I7G &-~( . eu,'p. - , ~44 -..A .30 ?)ir~.~-G(~,77~y ~ ' 7s vt Tv INFLUENCE OF T11E HIGHER CONCENTRATION OF CERTAIN IONS-- AND OF pH M THE CONTENT OF PROLINE, OF FREE AMINO ACIDS, AND OF SUGARS IN PICKED TOBACCO LEAVES ` L. Tyankuva, Z. Stoyanova (Submitted by Corresponding ,4fanber Y. Mrlkovski on March 31. 1977) Beginning with the work done by K e m b l e a. M a c f e r s o n[t], and later on with that done by T a r c h e v s k i y[a], proline (P) has been increasingly , the object of attention by research workers. Nevertheless, the mechanism of 0 its accumulation and the manner of its operation at the onset of unfavourable conditions has not been explained. What has been firmly established, however, is the positive correlation between drying [1-3• °<<•], the effect of negative tempe- ratures ['. e'c•], and salinization of the soil [5, e<<•], on the one hand, and the high concentration of free P in the plant tissues, on the other. One result of the three unfavourable effects is the rise in the concentration of the various ions in the cell. In this case it would be of interest to find out a,hether the plant would react in the same manner, i. e. whether there will be intensification of the formation of P when the concentration of only one type of ions is raised, and wh th thi ti i e er s reac on s a specific one or a reaction that takes place at Q•~ n n fl W ria id io9 cace(i}ration regardless of their character. The aim of -the present study was to clarify these questions. In order to provide a fuller cha- racteristic of the phenomenon studied, we investigated also th,! changes in thc
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~ 4m 0 ® _ ~..:.'.~:. .:'.. .,. . TAM-+a71IG-tiHk.Vlt/ IWiI-iiaqlVMiaS/" .79 V Ch' C'ha.p,Soc. Hr.. 1(2)177-84 (1978) 195--200; 212-218 CSffi+tISTRY AHqAlT.AWUlt. ! Ap'PLICATI011 Ot RESEARCH TIIQDINGS TO THE DEVELOPMEN? 0! C0lQIERCL1L FLAVOORIRGS, by W, Schlegel THE INlT.DEIICE 0F LEGZSLA?ION 01i RESEARCH IN FLAVOR CH&iISTR?, ; ~ B7, W. H. Nightingale ® .~. . . . 1' •r~~~ ~ ., .,,.. ~a. - . .i 8. SWindell• K. vv~.~- ~.. :G
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_,., - . _.- _ ,.....w.. . _ __ 50255 593a TOBACCO--HUMECTANTS/TOBACCO--SMOKE--TASTE/ 81 IX Ki RJR CIASS NO. PAMPHLET 81 IX Ki Kim, Y. H. INPLUEIICI 0W- TH$ flUlIECT1INTS OP THE SMOKL TASTF.9 Korea Tobacco Res. Inst. Res. Bull. 1980, No. 2; 90-97 (1980) (in Korean with English abstr. *Keyvords:* propylene glycol, tobacco, additive; sorbitol, tobacco, additive; butylene glycol, tobacco, additive; diethylene glycol, tobacco, additive; moisture, cured, constituent; nicotine, smoke, constituent. Casing effect of five polyhydric alcohols has been investigated after 56 applibattpn An Toba6co, jHi§ks),r 4
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50255 5943 - 1~tR -CLASS NO. PAXMiLLT- 75 VIILo (Univ. Kolr., Bot. Inst:, Cer.) Logemann, ]1. ; Bergmann,, L. *(Einfl.uB von Lichtyund MediA auf die "Plating Efficiency" isol.ierter Zellen aus Calluskulturen von Nicotiana tabacum var." Samsun".)* Planta,121 (No. 3) 283-92 (1974) (in German with English summary) *1975, No. 15, W 5426* *d* Tobacco chemistry (manufacture)(aBriculture); o3oon~oJ 9 4 9 ~-
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S b b ( 0 () l) U Cl F () Ori l.: s~ ' t_ ., ~'. ..... ~... . .~ i.`.. .i 4. v~.L::_t.J:;. cYV o"68Jtfi eiJ'$MMUMI 6£6S SSZOS -- ,..~.. ~ ~.;a:
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50255 5942 V'i r- He 7 Fienson, WI L7y F:. , Jr. Tl:: ..2.'LJ :NC? OF LE" AShriJCIl'Y AND G'Tli.f.3 FACTGRS Q:' 1'L:: MMMG F,Aii: OF Bit2r=HT-L!•.1r TUB::CLO, by ti iley H. H8i2so11, Jr. ; k~i 1;14 ~ H. Johnsos: zmd '. J. Iia»eter. N, C. rtate oz" the EiZiv. of Wo.th Caroi 'taa at Ra1ei~~i, Tobacr_d iterrint Ser{es No. 190, Reprint zr;=: Tobacco Sci. 9, 80-84; F.n: 7ob&=n (U. S.) 1.60 (No. 23) ~26-30 (Juue 4, 1965) .. _.~ ..._,..~..~_--__ U 3 o n n0 0 ) 9 413 r I
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-~ PfST:.tmoL7- 50255 5940 81 iI Sa -- l.Ceorgia Entomol. Soc.16(1),January,1981, VW JP3_g0 iNFLUBtilCB OP THE JINENiLE HORMON6 : APIALOGUE MB'I"RENE' ON REPROU(JC'f[ONOF THE ~ S.OIJ_THBRN MNE BEETf,B, DENDROCIVNf13FRONTALlS ZIMM.4 J. W. Van Sambeek and J. Robert Bridges' ~ (Received Mar. 24,19801 Adult southern pine beetles were surface-treated with 10 or 100 µg of tlie juvenile hormone analogue methoprene. Treatment significantly reduced the number of eggs laid in the lit dm of egg gallery. Treatment also significantly reduced both percentage of eggs hatching and number of larvae produced in the first 2 dm of egg gallery. Effects of methoprene decrease rapidly; neither the number of eggs laid nor the number of larvae produced after 24 days of gallery excavation differed significantly between methoprene treatments and ' Use of trade name is for the reader's information and convenience. Such use does not constitute official endorsement or approval by the U. S. Depart- ment of Agriculture of any product or service to the exclusion of others that may be suitable. Methoprene may be used as a pesticide. Discussion of methoprene in this paper is not a recommendation of its use and does not imply that uses discussed here are registered. If pesticides are handled, ap- U 3~ 0 n c) U a 9 4 b -
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0 - _ _: . ~:,. _ . : _ r_r_ . _ . i. 502S5 5945 VII Re-77 RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET VII Re-77 s.p. S.P. Angelova, I. M. (M. Popoff Ins. Plant Physiol., Bulg. Acad. Sci., Sofia, Bulg.) INFLUENCE,.OF.. MALEIC HYDRAZID9 ON Tt]F LEVEL OF HE AUXINS AND ON THI` ACTIVITY OF THE OXIDASE OF'IAA IN LEAVES OF TOBACCO PLANTi Dokl. Bolg. Akad. Nauk 30 (No. 2) 293-6 (1977) (in English) *Keywords:* auxins, green, constituent; indoleacetic acid oxidase, green, constituent; maleic hydrazide, tobacco, additive. _.:.__ . The results adduced are in aggreement- with`the- assuinptioris- _expressed ~ by other authors (g] about a possible ineschanism of action by J~1H not on the , level of lAA biosynthesis but on the level of the activity of the enzyme sys- j tem controlling its content in the plant tissues. __ 0 3 tl (l 0- 7) 9 ,
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...~AS. .. . ....~}r..' '~0 _~..~...:. .. `50255 5944 .1 r-lon'kii ; Fi. S. 1 (1?6,01) I (.Pa{I'J;.* C':I T:E OZi :a::brtz-)v ant A. .4« M~s~~'yan :;h. 95-131 =s>~:~j Y,cY . c1: =;]'J.58`:;? 5 _Q 1
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VI7-• -ZI-.. , . r ~ P., IS . ~ s • v.'F°._ru'Vtiv1-- 50255 5951 j '? ; - '~ CLi:I%LlI:1IAS t'.ND Ti'Z. (i?~«i1(.1~KIST*CS ' Gi' ~Af.~..ta ,~friian J, Prro S, 4, ?.., µ7.L'I 0.3 c7 0ir1 Cl 01 95 7 I
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50255 5934 PRESSURE MEASURl;MENT/ Jour. Fluid Mech. 7 550--564 (1960) 81 III Sh The influence of hole dimensions on staa prCs$O?'Q 1YleaaurtC?nent3 ! By Jfe. SHAW Department of Mechanical Engineering, ZJniver.ity of Liverpool (Received 1 July 1959) I } i nvie uiauieter ana iricwvn vaw.~y. ~ ~ i The pressure measured at a static pressure hole differs slightly from the true static pressure, by an amount which depends on the hole size and shape. The present investigation extends the range of previous work to determine the error in static pressure measurement in incompressible turbulent flow. The observed static pressure was always greater than the true static pressure. The results are pceeientea in aimennivcuese ivrui aa a auuvuvu va waa i.,e~ uvaue ,~uau.,cr usrevu em L_l_ ~!____a__ __~ I ~, +#,
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50255 5941 vzz Enl ~..:.~ ~ ____ - --~a .. ..,... . ~ ...... Tbar'fwMeiike of . Ic.*ttin '~~ttt~,dfa~fbutiou-o~ iao~c~or!3a sab~~~~~~'tset2~it~ed- itavea o~. n.icotia~an-ts#~~!3tni, ` L`r:w; A. ~7 r ~(7 ,J.- n \,:•..L ..:SJ 121 :..._.,._:3 it. , d' ...i~u- ~,••c~, . 3z..1.•;;n:e en:.e 0" fn~°{n t trh •.~;:: ,c~~..- ~.1 ,:_ ticn ox ix~o~~.^_ ,ic suSRt~nG~s `.r. h. ;., 0 3r) o n c7 {1 `! y 4 7- ;.. I
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f.]li, t .. . C*";~!U F.1q sOISS 5931. , • '70t MeCiQT74.' .. llppi: 'Bi~o~hea: l~iciobioi , 7: (2~ ag3='ZOL. (19T1~ ~ S.P. ~ i " ' ~ 'fA 11t: R: Diukhtarova and V. D', Shcberbukhin :~`~{fe•dcterm3ned thq redqc,ing~a.•ugar. Coate~~ in tbc secd~,,~~e~ ;coats,. and co.kyl.~dons, ot,the._t ,;,, ,, ~ sn b an a l i l L - e • n ag (Pr seo num eus aureus Pip.) and chickpea (Cicer arict .), we a so.investi ~ted t~ie infiwEnco pf hcat .t,rcat~sent (boiling): of.t~~o s.eeds ~ttd storaoe ot thc,~esultaat pYOd; :, rct•.on it; carbohydfato.and.f,rcft amlno scid contcnt:••••I•t:was.shown that;•after hoat treAfinent;•--. Ue reducing sugsr (RS) content of the seeds was Increased. The content of reducing agents ~ ; and free amino acids n•as substantially reduced durinb storage of tho final product. In our ; opdnion, these changes w•ero due to Interaction of the groups of compounds In question in the ~ product obtaiaed bky .heatinp to 98 •deg. aA ¢ atqred at room• ten~pcrature. - ..Y. ' . .. .. ~ ~' ••i. .• 4.. • . . • • - • . . • . • . . . . • . . . . . .. - • • . •~ . J - • .. • • T'6e literatnre contains almost no data on the changes in the free-sugar content of 1 a"umes durind heat tieatinent and subsequent storage. One serious drax%back of foodstuffs prepared from legumc seeds .. in-..:c fs the seqere deterioratiop of their qualitlc during storage~ l~onenzymatic discoloration processes arc' tense during heat treatarent; an important •rol.c in these processeg is played by reducing sugars and freo aai.ino acids : . . • '. t1l. ~ •
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50255 5936 _..~....~,.. ~~; . . . ..;~. ` .. ..{'.~.~=- . :'''.r.:1: a~: ~ _ Zw- ~ .;'. ••^.-rth ' C' ! ~ .~'.•~. - nnet t~ C~1',.J'~cv.La ~ Ca J~ 'Jl)~c~ t aS.' i7,i:,+i/O~ ' . T7 :7 .t.., 'i •• r. i'itl u ; 'so.i uiia ~ ~~.- ~f+ 0310 t100 I94 2 . R'^ •
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A. BASCH and M. LEWIN, The Israel Fiber Insfilule, Jerusalem, Israel Synopsi9 The effects of crystallinity, orientation and degree of polymerization on the vacuum pyroly-jis of cellulose have been investigated. \ atural, modified and manmade celluloses were characterized and the kinetics of their pyrolysis at ?•il•C studied. The high- temperature pymlv=i3 of the`e samples was also inve.tisated by means of DSC and TGA. At °3l°C all of the samples showed a rapid, initial weight lols follow•ed by a linear (weight lom)'/' versus time dependency. Both the initial weight loss end the bsequent reaction rate were dependent upon the crystallinity of the :ample. T,Jy re- action rate.ras shown to be inver_•ely proportional to (DP)'-J and related to the orienta- tion. Effects of cryst:i:inity and orientation could al:o be seen in the DSC thermo- gram.s and in the apparent energies of activation. Results are interpreted in terms of probable mechani=nu of the uncatalyzed pyrolysis of ceUuloee. INTRODUCTION The fine structure of cs`llulose has been extensiveh• studied by aNvide variety of mcthrxls.t'10 The e:4ablished basic parametcra of crystallinity T...-.~,.,,, r~! U~i. nt ~r cr r in.r; I!ttln>c_lta~ c 1w(~n corrcllted, with cen~-idrrablr ,uccc~s, ,.Y t JOURNAL OF POLYMEn SCIE\CE. Potyaar Chemistrlr Editb. YOL.11, 30.11-3093 (1973)
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50255 5946 q 1l~7 :.:... 1 - L: Cv" ?! T`E `' Gl`1IAlA GLuI~r9S'~ 70 t,tr_C71~Y t'f =cB4rJGi? s'vS.' .IL ,. n English) Ly F'. Chescin. 71 a U t 0 0 ~ 9 IS' 4
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~....w... 502SS 5955 - --.. _- -- -__-._., 81 III P1 Cja..•/!F~ The Influence of _ oisture content nd v ternperatt~~ oct t~tte' agin~rate of aperv ADRIAAN B. J. Du PLOOY• SUMMARY The life span of paper is, amongst other factors dependent on its acid and moisture con- tents and on the temperature at which the paper is stored. Paper samples with pH values of six and nine were heat aged in sealed tubes at five elevated temperatures and at various moisture levels to quantify this dependence. The change in the paper properties that are most sensitive to aging were measured, namely, folding endurance, degree of polymerization and brightness. It was found that the storage life span of both the acid and alkaline paper will increase about sixfold when stored at 30 per cent rh and 15'C compared with the storage life span at 50 per cent rh and 20'C. The expected life span of these papers when stored at 5 per cent rh and 5'C will be increas ed about five hundred times for the alkaline paper and about a thousand times for the acic paper compared with the storage life span at 50 per cent rh and 20'c. o~ooo0 0 4 9b1
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" 50Y55'- 5949 TASTE--TESTING--FLAVOR/ FWD-IqApOgAM/ 79 V Ch* Ches,,Soc. Rev. 7(2)177-84(1978) 195-200;212-218 II. APPLICATION OF RESEARCH FINDINGS TO THE DEVELOPMENT OF COHMERCIAL FLAVOORINGS. by W. Schiegel IY. T6! INlLVXkE' 0!' LEGISLATIOl/ Olf RLSEARC!! ' II1 FLAVOR CHF.MRSTRr. By. W. H. Nightingale V1. THE INFLUENCE OF FLADOi1R CHEMISTRY ON CONSUMER ACCEPTANCE, By R. Stirindells 0 3 tl 0 0 0`0 .9 5 5
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0 U U U 0 F 0 cli Ylnca'+~-;l ° (65' STN ~-C-c,E:; ~.70 I n T"'~G C. r:.y V~,~: • 'l1T :~_..~ . _. .• tV' C. .z r~ r~~•lr r~ rr.~,. Y~y 1 J ~ rn7Y ~t!~~ ~ ' 2 ~L I 0! 1,Lc?DINJ0 E S 6 S S S Z 0 S a1JA0W1l G :dsN1~U OtPif -3~l(Il'ilg3r~i33. tlO~.lSif81t4.~~ rN,1 ~~~~~I n~' 1 F~wR -"--L'Y---~
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• ___•. - .._....-- .._ _-_. _ .._...-. _.~. : . _ ~. content of 50255 5950 InfltieneWast Mtiee&Function Oxldase Inducers ofn ths lii Vittio. Metaboftn of Nft . or,'rnghl 1981 y The Amei lun Society for Pharmacology and Erlperimental Therapeulits r. Io rai qkM'ill/1Ni1? 111611fo2An/~ A A ' , `-'-. Dal'f: A/1TAauI1tY AMn t)1~P RITION 7~M~ ,•• -' Cl9rly- VI Re -81 Nltr~osontfrnicotine by Rat and liamster Liwr Mkrosomes~t!~ S.P.9 By: G. D. llcCoy; C.-H. B. Chen, and S. S. Hecht The cyclic nitrosamine N'-nitrosonornicotine (NNN).' one of increases in the specific n-hydroxylation in the metabolic activation of the cyclic nitros- amines is supported by data indicating that carcinogenicity can be decreased when the a-positions are either deuterated or substituted with methyl groups (3, 4). In addition, the Q-acetoxy derivatives of nitrosamines have been shown to be both direct-acting muta- gens (5, 6) and carcinogens (7, 8). The mechanism for a-hydrox- ylation of NNN has been previously repprted (6) and is outlined in fig. 1. The two a-carbon atoms are nonequivalent so that a- hydroxylation gives rise to two products. The two a-hydroxy forms of NNN are unstable and rapidly undergo ring opening. The loss of N, and hydroxide ion results in the formation of carbonium the major tobacco-specific carcinogens, has been shown to cause esophageal and nasal cavity tumors in rats, tracheal tumors in hamsters, and lung adenomas in strain A mice (1). Druckrey er al. have suggested hydroxylation of the carbon atom(s) adjacent to the N-nitroso group (a-position) as a likely first step in the activation mechanism for nitrosamines (2). The involvement of 0 3 0 0 n n0 9 9 5__6 observed. \ cytochrome bs were a The in vitro metabolism of NNN is complicated by the ncF-• quivalence of the two a-carbon atoms. Hydroxylation of !~ relatively unhindered S-position occurred more rapidly than .~ of the 2'-position in both species and under all conditions studied The pattern of induction varied dramatically with the specie! I o the hamster, hydroxylation of the S'-position was induced wherr, as rates of hydroxylation at the 2'-position were not marked' fected. In the rat it was hydroxylation of the 2'-position tha. inducible whereas hydroxylation at the S'-position was no -r as ~- s-i+Y
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S 5025s s95e , ._. _. . .. .., ~.. . ~ . ~ ~ RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET VII CoA2- 78 s.p. „ . . Ali,`A. D.; Donia, A. R.; E1-Sawaf, S. K. (Iraq Dep. Agr., Plant Prot. Div.; Alexandria Univ., Dep. Agr.) THE INFLUENCE•OF NATURAL FOOD ON THE DEVELOPMENT AND REPRODUCTIVE RATE 0p LASIODERMA SERRICORNE FAB. r • Bull. Soc. Entomol. Egypte 58, p. 45-53 (1974) (in English) ~ The development of the cigarette beetle, I,nsiodermn ,erricome Fab. varies greatly on its natural diets. The insect requires a certain balance between the main c:3sses of nutr9ents, proteins, carbohydrates and fats, which d:fier widely in these diets. The larval de.elopment is accelerr;ted in the presence ~ of this balance. The pupal period, lon-evity and egg production are inf?uenced ~ by the ability of the insect to utilize protein. An analysis of vitmins and mine- rals is needed to evaluate their role in the insect develupment_ ~~ . , VII CoA -7f3 S P 0 3 0 t) n[l 0) 96 4 11 _......... __~.~..~_..,.,
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_,.~..,.;., r l~` 1 k` ~ `N\ Phnrn~oc., 1972, 24, 13-19 ~ ~ . .~/i. (~ 1 50255 5954 Received May 19, 1971 ~:.: .- 3'.rlfs,a The imqtienee-of themoisture content of the, fibr_ ous -sm pport: of a-ilasa1 inhAer upon th& conce.ntratim'. of d'rugin the air streara P. A. M. ARDIS7ROlVG, J. F. CARLI:SS ANl) R. 1'. ENEVER Department oj1'irarmacy, Clie!sca College, University of London, London, S.lf'.3, U.K. The moist:u•e contents of celiulose acetate and paper fibrous support matcrial, used in nasal inhalers hmc been determined by infrarcd ~...•...._ . . ., ... ..•...~..... ... t. ,. ..,•. ... ....1 -,.t..t.at.. ~r., U 3 ~l 0 ~ n 0-) 9 6 U
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50255 5959 VII CoA2-73 S.P. CIGARETTE BEETLE--RFP;tODUCTION/ i RJR CLASS NO. PAMPKLET VII CoAl -73 s.p. ` Aii, A. D.; Donia, A. R.; El-Sawaf, S. K. (Ministry of Agr., Plant Protect. Div., Baghdad, Iraq (Ali); Alexandria Univ., Fac. A};ilc., Egypt) TlM:?~i~:a.~~` NpWLW, F0OD -Elli-=MiW~DB1dEWMMtT'': *MNHM@WG`TIVFk, "I$ w OF US'fMET44.A' SEli1FlCflFSB-`•i",6' (±EOtHOP'T:-,: AKdBI3DA-7) . Zextacnr. Angew. Entoxox. 72 (No. 2) 212-70 (1972) - in English = *1973, :Io. ?.I, ;;~'a2* Fjt* Toacgo fF-,:"ulpprfj 0 ') 9
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50255 5963 The infliancQ of niccrsanc sulpttarx cm weight Kai.,a, food conversion efficiencv and slaughter quality of fattening pigs. V-Sn.~e;iUUS z ~c, F. ~ ~ .i _ . !'. J L , . . . . . J . (ine inftve.^.ce oL nicotine ;ulp ;,:n re r; o wl." _, f^od :onve_*s;.oa effxciency ?ne? .. ., of `)Ic?s), bV F. '.4i.1de and R. Lu*-t .°,n aC•ndr,•„ck (1965 - -_71 tfati.a HICTl ...,? t ~ `:11 :,t:._. ._. `? l:_ ,r., .. ~J 3 n n na U1 96 9
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50255 5960 ~ .r. Acta Ali+eent`:' PvI. 7(3)113-32(1976) 78 V Ete TASTE--TESTING--FLAVOR/ J. Itcrr~nann TIIi: 1NI+LIJI;NC&UF a`fpatY'AC]EI1FV)•:i11BNTS INt6:NSOR4 ANA)`.7fSIS ON :yUI3JECTiVE GUSTOMI:RY AND N OLI"11CTOME'1'RX 4 Section for the J•:conomv of Food Resources and Technology of Foodstuffs, l3iochem- istry and Reaction Kinetics of Foodstuffs, Humboldt University, Berlin, GDR The sensory analysis of flavours of many foodstuffs such as coffee, bread and meat, the aroma of which forms a multicomponent system, does : not enable either to synthetize the originall aroma by blendir~ pure a com- ponents or, still less, to make quantitative estimations despite presently available modern analytical methods which enable to determine individual components both, qualitatively and quar,titatively. This is connected on the one hand with the problem of key substances and general impression ' of sensual response andd on the other with the influence, compensating, ~ additive and intensifying of individual components over one another. ~ ~ When confining oneself, however, to the dependence of the sensual ' response intensity (N) upon concentration (S) of a flavour abent or pressure (p) ~of ~a~'m~ic ~ub~ance vapour e.g. of saccharose or hexanol in (or 0 3 0 0nov~f) a`watLr solutton or else in (or over) a foodstuff having as for the rest its composition and reaction inedium bein u^
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S02SS 59E1 . . .. . .. . ,: -.... . ...-. ~,.~.,.ti.Y......_ ~._.-.1 ' i:i A~ MF~I''MiTt'Rt't'~~~i- F:D.O;~"r I L:.:'I:;Jz:':CF, C:' 2:ITI':(Mii trv",'7111TI'CIN O:2 G''.:,;TEi U? ~f :::`j Lr :7';_5, by C. D. G, P. C. Jt:: `:.3 vT:`3c.r<4.4 ,*.y :~ TcbaccQ C._.. ?a., .3~ i-Ii: TC9bS;C.`CO 024, 34-3.i (3.%6/) - C i .' 10 . . . -- r,. -. --- ~.~ t) 0 j9 73 ' ~
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TnRAr'rn--CHXMTrAT. CnMPnSTTTn*T--ArRONnIlry-_RF.T,ATTn~TSNTP/ TOBACCO--PHF*1nLS /TOIAr,Cn-_FERTTT.I!!ATTnN/ 79 Vt r0 . • . . . , 2 RJR CLASS NO. PA?~1PHLET 78 VI Court, W. A.; Elliot, J. M. (Agr. Can., Res. Sta., Delhi, Ont., Can.) INFLUENCE OF NITROGEN, PHOSPHORUS, POTASSIUM, AND MAGNESIUM PHENE?bIG"COiiSBhFE}ENT3" QP` FLtTL-=CURED` TOBACCd. Can. Jour. Plant Sci. 58 (No. 2) 543-48 (1978) (in English) *Keywords:* alkaloids,-Total, cured, constituent; chlorogenic acid, cured, constituent; neo chlorogenic acid, cured, constituent; 4-caffeoylquinic acid, cured, constituent; rutin, cured, constituent; scopolin, cured, constituent. A field experiment was conducted in 1974 and 1975 on Fox loamy sand to study the ~ t effects of diffcrent rates (0,22.4, 44.8, and 67.2 kg/ha) of N fertilization orr sclected f chemical con.titucnts of flue-cured tobacco (Nicoriana tabacum L. cv. Delhi 34). Nitrogen fertilization incrca--ed the lc%els of total alkaloids, total N, and scopoletin I in cured leaf. Chlorocenic acid, neo-chlorogenic acid, 4-caffeoyl uinie acid. rutin. ~---- - -- ..- ('02 i ON THE
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• . ~*- -------; 50255 5973 III Duz-76 S.P. INFLUENCE OF OZONE ON THE ABUNDANCE OF NITROUS OXIDE IN THE 5T?tATOSPHERE J A. S. B^ITAEVj G. P. FARAPONO _ ,,.. .... ,,. ................ .... The short period variation of ultraviolet radiation was studied in the Moscow region by taking a large number of ' measurements of the short-wave region of spectra a - 0.314um, corresponding to the ozone absorption and the long-wave re- gion a- 0.369um. The measurements indicated that the actual weakening of ultraviolet radiation is characterized by a short period variation lasting from several minutes up to. one hour.• The relative variation in•the long-wave region was somewhat smaller but lasted longer ihan in the short-wave (ozone) region. The variations in the longswave region are apparently connected with the variations in the amount of aerosol. The variation in the short-wave region is attri- buted tothe variation of the amount of ozone and aerosol in the atmosphere. (Freons not mentioned.) - • 7 ,: N9 - -1 . ` \ \ S \ (pne. 1, xpnuaa 1) Tpc()yeT AononnnTewaoro 11 nain.1a npeAnocwnos pacqrroa ncp- ?al:dIIbaWX npo1(Mncii, npen- erasneaewx B [2-;]. B nacroanteH coouluc- l
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.. 6E5--JUl'ItN.11. OF ItF:TICI'IeIhN1K)T11Fa.L\L Stx'IF.TY 1`1. G~ 27-G:;G (1972 ) . VI Pe9-77 InfludhCb `of Nitrogen - Dioxido'ow'tles,llptako• qf t g'r :, Parainfluenza-3 Virus by Alveolar Macrophages' 1IZICIIAKI) 1). Wlld.lAdlS, d}:AN 1). ACfON, AND Ql'F:XTIN N. \11•It1'IK { Pcpnrtmrut of :I/irrnGinlu!I)l, l:owmnu Crall Srhon( of Alcdirivic, ` ll'inston-Salcm, Nurth C.u•uliun 2i10:1 i Received December 27, 1971; accepted February 21, 1972 i A 3 hour exposure of rabbit alveolar macrophagcs in virn to an ' atmusphore containing :,':i ppm NO_ do(!, not prevcnt thc uptake of pv'ainllucn•r.a-a viru: by the m:uruphages. The exposed macro- ''• ~ phagcr also arc capable of producing virus RNA. Rcsults of studics on the interaction of radioactive parainflucn•r.a-3 virus with ~ nh'eolar Inacrophage, show that more virus attaches to NO. treated macrojiha;;es than to normal macrophages. More virus also ~ appears to penetrate NO_ treated macrophages than normal macrophages. The data presented indicate that the inability of t ~ NO. treated alveolar macroi,hages to produce interferon is not due to a defect in adsorption, penetration, or uncoating of parain- fluenza-3 virus or to the complete inhibition of RNA synthesis. Thus, the nature of the NO: induced biochemical lesion which 0+ n () in%~its)Int*ero1o pi~tuction remains to be elucidated. 0
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5025S 5970 I V.,,,<<, , tnvtrHO~ Vo umeT• . , n.-o: I~ A O .t•.1... .....vrl rEl INFLUENCEOFO.a 1'I'11 IVITR(1GF.N DIOXIDE E\I'OSLitEOF M1CE„ Ui%3IACRUI'IIAGIs l:(hNGKEGA'FIOtY 1!F THE Lt'\(;St .- ' VALDA RICIITERS. GARY ELf.IOTf. .+nu IiUSSELL P. SIIERa'1N' UnieenitYof Southern Californie, School of .tiledicine. Department of Pathology, LotAngcles. California 90033 SUMMARY The lungs of 12 mice. half of which were exposed to continuous 0.3 ppm nitrogen dioxide for 3 weeks, were explanted in culture, and the instances of macrophage congregation were quantitated according to numbers of target cells involved, categories of confiret;ation from three to 11 or more. numbers of macrophages participating in each category for the total cultures, and the influence of delaying explantation for 24 and 96 hr. A total of 9142 macrophages and 2140 epithelial and spindle target cells were counted in the outgrowths from 306 explants. The incidence of macrophage congregation lor numbers of target cellsl was greater for the cultures from the NO,-exposed animals, both with respect to total inci- dences between groups Ip - 01, and the 0-hr (p<0.U01) and 24-hr Ip<0.01 I culture sub- groups. In addition, the values for T, to T, macrophage congregation were individually and consistently greater for the exposed animal group. Postmortem interval stress at 96 hr appeared to result in large colonies. but they were reduced greatly in number. Also the inci- ~~enc6f ntocroMage~on~gation fell by 24% as compared to 0-hr and 24-hr subgroups. Key words: lung; nitrogen dioxide; macrophage; air pollution. ...~• , 'v.x'. Y J
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v... ,£yoc-.• P.ur. Soc•.Drug- ToxIcity,13 212-1•7(1971) , D G CLARK and D • s - ~ e „ ygiene Research Laboratori Irnperial Chemical Industries Ltd., Industrial H Aiderley Park, Macclesfield, Cheshira, England, U.K. ••.. ' • In reeait years there have been reports of cases of sudden death amongst asthma sufferers •~ ' (Speizer et al., 1968). So far these dcaths are unexplained, althougtt several workers have , i related to the exczssivee use of pressurized aerosol inhalers containing ! sympathomimeac amines, and have speculated that the deaths may result from sympatno- ; munetic induced cardiac arrhythmias (Greenburg and Pines, 1967; Spriier et al•, 1965). • Reoently, it has been sce7ested that the fluorocarbon prop-.dlants used in asthma inhalers may ' ' seasitize the heart to cardiac arrhythmias and so lead to'death (Taylor and Harris, 1970). ; Mie most commonly used fluorocarbon propcllants are mixtures of trichiorotiuoromethane ` _ •.___ ~ ~ (Fluorocarbon 11), dic'..i~~,,:cU,~1,:a,.,,,.,-,nct,'iane (Fluorocarbon 12) and 1:2-dichlorotetra- . auorocthane (Flaorocarbon 114). Previous experimental work (Clayton, 1967) has showa these fluorocarbons to have a low inhalation toxicity in the rat with death occurring only i after at least 60 m.inutes' exposure to atmosph:.res of 10% or more. The principal toxic •, action appeared to be on the nervous system (CNS), givin-M rise to tremors and convulsions ~ and death due to a profound depression of the central nervous system. -• ~ This report describes an investigation into the ability of the fluorocarbon propellants to. ,
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_.~..+...w, 6 4 . .....`. .':.J:._ . 50255 5975 .r f ~ .~ III Du .- 77 ~ . CONTRACT: NGR-44-001-117 !lONITOR: 18 of the; REPT NO: NAS A-CR-133739, REPT-7 . "_'he TnflueAce of ozone• and Aerosols. on the Brightness and Color Twilight Zonei- ' Texas AEM Univ., College Station. Dept. of Physics. AUTHOR: Adams, C. tl. , Plass, G. N., Kattawar, G. W. C1831B3 FLD: 4A, 55A STAR1120 15 Jul 73 46p ABSTRACT: The radiance and color of the twiliqht sky are calculated for single scattered radiation with the use of spherically syametric models of the earth's atmosphere. Spherical geometry is used throughout the calculations with no plane parallel approximations.! Refraction effects are taken into account through f ine subdivision ofl the atmosphere into spherical shells of fixed inc?ex of refraction, Shell's law of refraction is used to calculate a direction of travel' each time that a photon traverses the interface between layers. Five differeR t models of the atmosphere were used: a pure molPcular scatter'ing3at+loAhAeo mOlebulArRatposphere plus ozone absorption; and , . .. . - _ - .. .. j. 1 7 .w ] , 0% . • :. I.
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• _...`....,._.. ....,. .. 502SS 59a6 Proc. of the Int. Congr. of Refrig. (13th iJashington) 3:447-54 (19 i 1) XX MeF-P-514-74 THE INFLUENCE OF DIFFERENT FREEZING METHODS, TEMPERATUP,E (Pub1.1973) • AND TIME, ON THE PRESERVATION OF IMPORTANT FACTORS, ./ ~ STEFAN SULC 2C-4--~ SPA•V$tkumnj rNno pu/rnciiNirsky, Brntltlare, CSSR I _ i 1 (•tJ ~ 1' i e ~e ew e ~ e e h Jw ~t b/ee~piYSl~e~e et ~ hNbeee~e f~ ~~s e t~tci~+aM.tspa a[ la, grcarmfiale itrs*mewkot*Pm itePaae"c% S(oMMAIIIC: Des prrxhdrs canccpct d'orfcine ceafrole ant frf enrrepotfs pendant 9 mois d ~ ,-12'C. -I%"C at -=4-C. Lcl n,rad}st.s ont ,Nnnlri que /fs prora'Jt't,It congelatiue Wont put prande in/fucnce tur 1rr curuteuniJcs, l.t chluropkvllt pt !'ucide L-ascurhique; la pritercatioa 1t ces pipnientt drpe,nd btuucuup, pnr cuntre, de leur eou/eur, de fa•tempirarwt d'enrreposagt et de so dnrre. - La colorarinw des curottnoldcs h•cophine et a Carorine tsr /a mitux consereh; celle des /i=nants arthnc~muqucs est nette,ncnt moins bonne et conrinue a baissa paulant /es 9 arois ds stockoxe b-1'_'C, -18 -C et - 24 C. D'Mnt /,p,n gEnerale, la colorutinn tsI ratout in/lYencle pot Ia temptrature; b-12'C. As prherennur, de Gi picmentoriun tsr lu ptut laible alors qu'elle ett mcillture au-i.tempirotwts plus Aosses, !ts perres de culurariun /cs plus luibles Frant obsercces a-24'C. Let pertes d'acide L-ateorhique depe.rdent oussi de /a tempiratrmt de stocka;e; tllet sont p/us fortes a-12'C tt plus busset a - Zi "C. Fa /onetion de «t resulrats, PA. tunbt 1a ten+plroturt la pira reevevnaadablt pour b protiaw de !a con;ilation. () f1 iI (1 r
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_.~...a.~.. . ..., 4 • . . - -. t._ .- . 50255 5965 , i VI Re -7 INFLUENCE OF NITROGEN DIOXIDE ON RESISTANCE,F.-. I. S.P. 9`. TO RESPIRATORY tNFECTIONS-0 RICHARD EHRLICH, MARY C. HENRY, and JAMES FENTERS Life Sciences Research Division, IIT Research Institute, Chicago, Illinois ABSTRACT Studies reported from this laboratory sue8est that reduction in resistance to bacterial pneumonia is the most sensitive indicator of the biological effects of nitrogen dioxide (NO=). - Exposure of Swiss albino mice or or inbred mice to 33 ppm of N02 for 2 hr resulted in a significant increasa in mortality from respiratory challenge with airborne KlcDsitlla pneumonioe. Continuous exposures to 0.5 ppm of f:02 for 3 months also tesulted in decreased resistance to bactcrial pncumonia, while intermittent exposu:cs to 03 ppm N03 for 6 or 18 hr per day produced similar effect after 6 months.The various conditions of exposure to N02 reduced the capacity of the animals to clear viable baeteri: from the lung. In addition, chronic etposures resulted in expansion of lung alveoli, and the lesions appcarcd to be consistent aith the development of early emphysema. - Recent data on acute and chronic exposure of squirrel monkeys to S to 50 ppm of NO= suggest that their resistance to infection initiated by respiratory challenge with airborne K. pncumoniae or influer.ra virus is also significantly reduced. r~ c~ 9 9 7 V
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50255 5978 81 1111 Na2 _~ ~^pEST tc sc tA. (t) "(rttl : w_ TIYar I33804"M-WSio onEffectiverres ot PentachlorobenzyM AIcoI~ ~o ~8t~~~ ~!~ a~aFhe Suspension Concentraltel : Toshiie NAKAMURA, Hiromichi Sx1:u1zU, Masahiko FUJ1MOro, Yukiyoshi TAxAlli and Yasuhiko KONDO Agricullural Chemicals Research Laboralorits, Sankyo Co., Lid., Yasu, Shiga 520-?3 Japaw The effectiveness of pentachlorobenzyl alcohol (PCBA) in controlling rice blast was increased progressively by reduction of the particle size in formulations. For good biological performance, the particle size had to be smaller than 5 µm in diameter. To achieve such fine particle size, wet-grinding with an agitator mill, Attritor®, proved superior to dry-grinding with an air mill, Jet-O-Dfizer®. Technical grade PCBA was easily ground with an Attritor to particles less than 2 µm as median diameter; most of the particles were less than 5 µm in diameter. PCBA suspension concentrates were prepared by wet-grinding with an Attritor. The controlled flocculation of particles was necessary to prevent the hard caking of PCBA particles caused by free sedimentation in suspension concentrates. Flocculation was controlled by adjusting both particle size and the amount of sodium lignosulfonate added as a disper- sant. Such a formulation was physically stable for at least 5 years. 0 3 0 0 00 0 7 9 84-- - J
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X rie lo-73 S.P. yealth Physics 25 (3) 315(1973) 50255 5956 b;t' MOMMiMUDEMZTIL12i'.'AAIfl,-. MISNTION Ft~LB~TY~d' ~I~Ai;I!~tIfF1: ~'~ By R.G.TNO:~iAS, RANDI L. :"1?0t•iAS & R.O. M;,CLLLLAN 1';lrhnflueuce of monodispcrsity of aerosols on derosi- tion and retcntion following inhalation/.',IR.G. "1'tu~.us. Rik.nl f.. 7'rto.IAs and R.O. \It:Cr.raLA% (Lovelace }oundatic,n, 5200 Gilw;on Itlvd. S.E., Albu- querque, A. Mex. 8710S). Thc a.-mlability of nronudislxrsr, tadionuclide-cort- tainirtg particles of respirablc size has opened a%'•enuess to many axw phases of research in the inhalation fie!d. Two of drese avenues are respiratory nact deposition and reteation, •and ate represen,cd in the following studies. S}-iian banisters were rxpoxd by inhalation to monodirspttse montmorillonite clay particles into which u'Cs had been tused as a tracer. Aerodynamic diam- eters ransed from 0.6 to 2.6. 1xm. The initial lung dcpo- sition patsern varied with the particle size in a manncr qualitatirrty similar to that proposed by the Task Group on Lung Dynamics for pulmonary deposition. Quanti- tatively, hAvesrr, the deposition values were lower. Whole-body rrter:tion patterns differed in early clear- extent. This difference in early clearance was presurn- ably the result of greater uppc•r resp iratory tract deposi- tion of the larger particles, folloH•rd by swallowing and excretion in the feces. After this initial clearance the retention patterns -.%•ere similar. Suspensions of these ae:asol particles collected on membrane filters during inhalation exposure were made in distilled water by ultrasotrification. These resusprnded particles were injected intramusculally into Syrian hamsters and the tsiGs rctention was followed by scanning and whole- body counting. Loss of 137C:s from the injection site was very slow and was attributed to di.aoltuion of the parti- cles. When compared to the overall clearance after inha- lation, it appeared that total loss from lunG h} ,fissolu- tion out to 126 days .+as-3 o and I5a-ith 2.6 pm arid 0.6Etm particles, respecti.ely. The remaining clcarance was assumed due to ciliary action or loss to the tracheo• bronchial ly nph nodes. Gerceralized appiicatiun of thc•sr results will be made to pracucal haiard; e%aluation. •Rt•scarch performed under ' AEC Contract AT(29-2)• anc ..ith the lar?cr particles leaving to a much grrater 1013. .
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- - - _ - -- _ _ . ~ -- --_-.____-- To ra;t Go -- w.i), [s+is 4s a.MW ~ tn4, 50255 5983 Elsey, K. D. RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET 75 VII El 7SV/l& (U. S. Dcp. Agr., Agr. Res. Serv., Tobacco Res. Lab., Oxford, N. C., U. S INMIUMM: RtAW IiOST"d:'~ SBARCHING SP€BD-OF TWO PREDATORS: ' North Carolina State Univ., Tobacco Reprint Series~No. 462, 1974) Entomop aga _.4o. 1) 3-6 (1974) (in English) *1975, No. 3, W 961* *d* Tobacco agriculture: 03t10 n 00 ~ 989
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f conserved. 1Le advantage of an erythrocyte-supplernenttd riudiwn is that wsueh slower flow rates can be used (t tnl: min per g li.a) to achieve adequate oxygenation, facili- tating the stse of a nonrecirculating systcm for certain studies. However, a probiclu with the erythrocyte mrdiunt, especially if rccestdy acquired red cells (rat, bovine, or human) are used, is that they consume giucose and produce lactate, making additional correction factors nccessan•. This problent can be partially avoided by using aScd red blood cells (S). Theoretically, 8uorocarbons should have the ad%antr.,cs nf . ..A i..~! • ...I ......r:.-... _.:.L_.. - -e •_ • . ..._.~ -I i ........ ~. ~ l ` " 7' 7 q2 .- ~ 0 Q . !• . '.t-74. S.P ' ' ' MICHAEL \. GOOD\(.a.\, ROBERTO PARRILLA, AND G J. TOEWS ; J.stia Rtiear6 loborarary, UrPoretntas af ,tlediasr, Xanwd Meuf:od StMa1, Pder &nt BriSleaat hletpa% as,d tk Jarlia lliaktrr Foondaciort, bc., Boslat, Afauerurttett 0??l.f; o+.l Ar DrparMtn.t af Atedieiia, AleM.sftr Uaiarrsier, Nami/ant, Oalaria, Cas/. r,ooorius, Wisctuu. N.. Ronraro Paatut.ta, AND G J. Toas. j,bfyttnr f/ 11aa.rwMa t«~tdti.a ae Arretiu artab.lLw i. /rrfrrre ra bw. Am. J. Ph)siot. 22S(ti): 1384-1388. 19i33 -Erythrocvte•Gve Krebs.Rin;errbicubonate (KR B) butTer, erythrocyoe-KRB buffer, aad fluorocarbon (kC-ii)-I:RB butfer emulsion were compared ,&ith respect to their ability to maintsin a.•iable pertused rat lilrr pteparation. At 8oaw rates oP 30 ml/min, alanine SlucorKqgencsis„ Os eotwumptan, lactate and ketone body productioo. and hepatie ATP concentrations wvre the same with aU three butCer prepara. tions. The eytasnlie and mitoehondrial redox states as indicated by the hepatie lactate:p.-ru.•ate and $-hydro.eyhutyrate:acct,oo- aoetate ntios, respecti.'ely, were abo,the same with tl:e threF d'iQereet bulfers. However. at flow rates of 20 mlimin or less. the
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- ...0..W... 50255 5977 . 8176 MC627 P 301 ~ FUJI M INSECTICIDES~ J PESTIC A#~r~'~:°3~. 6, 3o1-8os (]9s11_ T)w f"Ovenm oi •Fart'sele Site mr Acaricidal En+ectiveness dof ingpsurp} to the CEtTOs Red- Wte*-w lr_- Masahiko FuJiaitoro, Akira Nisx1DA, Shinjiro YAMAMOTO and Toshiie NA1cAUU1tA Agricultural Ckemicals Research Laboralories, Sankyo Co.. Ltd., Yasu, Shiga 520-23, Japar Five samples of 30% binapacryl suspension with different particle size distributions were tested against adult females of the citrus red mite, Panonycbus citri McGregor. Three of them, having 17.7. 7.4 and 1.5 µm as weight mean diameter (D,), were prepared by repeat- ed wet-sedimentation in the particle size range of 20-15, M-5 and <3 pm; two others with D. of 2.9 and 1.7 pm were prepared merely by wet-grinding with an agitator mill, AttritorS. In laboratory tests, acaricidal activity at room temperature increased as the particle size of binapacryl was reduced. In greenhouse tests, residual activity also increased to some extent at 15°C, but apparently decreased at 3fl`35°C with the reduction of particle size. In a field test in the spring, the acaricidal effect was found to increase as the particle size decreased. How- ever, in a summer field test, the medium-fine suspensions (2.9 and 7.4 jam as D,) were superlor in effectiveness to the finest one (D, of 1.7 µ and the coarsest one (D, of 17.7 pm). f~~~~---~--~--'r
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Pageoph. Vol. 116 (197N), Birkh:iuser Verlag. Ilasd t!( Re2-7R S.p. .114 (- /C9 7i> The infiucncc of Plants on Atmospheric Carbon Monoxide and Qinitrogcn Elheidat=' t3y W. Sr-;u.rat'), 1-1. GtetlL') and G. 13uNSt:') . Abstract - It is shown by laboratory expcriments and extensive in-sint measurements that higher plants (Viria jalw. Plntnnus acerijulin, Puyur silralica. and Pinas sih•c.stri.r) produce carbon monoxide. The mcasurcmcnts werc carricd out under natural conditions with respect to ttsc conccntrationx orOi and 11=0, and temperature. The CO=- and CO-mixing ratios were varied in the rangcs 350 to 530 ppm and 3 270 ppb. respectivcly. The CO-production rates were found to be light dependent with an average value per cm? of leaf area of 3 x 10''s g/sec for a radiation intensity of 5 x 10` crg/cm2 sec. The production rates are indcpcndcnt of thc CO=- and CO-mixing ratios employed in the test atmospherc. Considering thc produc- tion tate'of 3 x 10-" g/cm= sec to be representative for global conditions the total CO-production by plants is estimated to be 0.5-1.0 x 10" g/year. In contrast to carbon monoxide atmospheric dinitrogen oxide is not inlluenced by plants in the same manner. - ~ :' n O n ey~ rds~Carb~n mloxig; Nyjrous oxide; Plants; Radiation. t.-- ti.. ,
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, 79 II Ma . Z. Lebenam. L'ntern.•ITomcb. 157. 221-227 (1U75) POTATOES/ Z. Lebensm. Unters.-Forsch. 1b3.279-282 (1977) Multiple Forms of Soluble hlonophe ol, dihydroxyphenylalanine: Oxygen-oxidorcducta (EC 1.14.18.1) from Potato Ttlbers olanum tuberosum) Gunter Dfatbeis und Hans-Dieter Belitz* Il. Partial Characterization of the Enzvme Forms with Different Nloltrular Weights ~ I I I. Inf1j&Mq..of,pH• t7rv, the> hul>yiolo'-ftleculi!ir F^rms in Potato Juicew l,unter ttitathets' and tlanti-utctcr Hclttz` ' Institut fur Letx~nsmittclchcmie dcr Tctihnischen Uni%ersit5t Miinchcn = Deutschc Forkhungwnstalt (ur Lebcn.mittrlchemieMunchen ~ Lothstratk 17', D-80W Munchen 2 , Multiple Formen Ioslicher Nlonophenol,Dih%•droxcphe- isoelectric points seem to be present. This suggestt m•lalanin:0,-Oxydoreductase (EC 1.14.18.1) aus Kar- that the large number of multiple forms of the enzymi tofl`An (.~Jvlajlm t(~cr63und) 0 4 9 8 S_ arises from various combinations of identical and,io II. 1'articlle (ltaraktcrisicrung dcr Enzym-Formen mit different subunits. SDS polyacrylamidc gel electro ro~t ~u1~tJ>zcNichtert phor~~is failed to show the monomeric forms; the di
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~.....o,., , .. . ,,: 50255 5982 74 III Br poklady Akad. Nauk SSSR 214(1)156-58 (1974) ' By A.A. BRODSKII INP'LUENCt 0r- PitYSIOCHF.AtIcAL PARA.'1E1'ER3, q!f DTSPERSE C0:•IP03I'1'I0N 0=' fi! ; CONDF NSED A *4M 1!S vOSP;1ATE` tEN^SOL '~ . . , . . J~oRaaRut Asa,~exaa aayA CCCP, ~' B=RHM 0II3I1Ii0-YIIJIII~IECIiIL1:II1P~111ETPOB 1974. ToY 2t4, N t HA JjIICIIEPCII6[IT COCTAB A3P030:IA . YJ~K 661.635.68:631.893.12 IiOFI;ZEIiCIIPOBAHHOi'0 IUOCmaT.k AJI110IIIUI , Y17.1fI1 qECff:iR TE.Yf10.ToI'tlfi ~ A. A. sPOACxun, a. a. nocTTMt,on. C. S. i:,wu.IEBUTr, • ' • r. A. qF.•IEBiI. lt. .1. :IOAn'iNlw A study has been conducted to determine the effect of temperature, size ; of aerosol particles and %^d3/P205 tatio on the condensation reaction in the ; preparation of a,:conium phosphate fertilizer. The size of the ?1Li3-P205 aerosol ' particles were determined by an electron rJicroscope. The study revealed that an : aerosol with the largest pacticles is obtained at 400°C and the size of the ~ t &erosol particles is independent from the eiri3/P205 ratio. The best recults in the preparation of a highly concentrated ac-,or.iua pcospha*.e fertilizer with suitable physical properties is obtained at 400°C and SH3/P205 ratio of 2:1. ~, 0 3 c1 Q n n t1•9, 9 R8
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50255 5957 , ..r~ : .Y 4 N ~ s II Me-74 S.P. C~~ ry J. Cen. Appf. bfiaobiol., 19, 415-420 (1973) IMUE,''~~ OPI "FHE MYCWt}x'1" PATULIN ANW` DIACgFO~YSC~RPL.~i~J~.--ON- FUNGI ~ JURGEN 'RE1SS t Mtlrobiolorisch.cs Laboralorinm, Crahamhaus St::ds fGG., 655 Bad Xreuznach, Cermany (Received May 15, 1973) Patulia and diacetoxyscirpenol are potent inhibitors of the sporulation of tungii, AspergilLus Jlavns, .4. ttiger, Pcnicilliunt csDmucv:t, Nearospora crassa, Gadospori:rni herbarum, Xhizopru nigricans, Thaniaidirua ilegar.s, and .1f:ccar spissosxs. The toxicity of diacetoxyscirpenol is markedly higher than that of patulin. The rate of spore production decreases with increasing toxin con- eentration and is totally suppressed by 100 pg/filter disk. The ph}•corsycetes tested are especially sensitive.. Patulin suppresses the gcrniiaation of the sporss of Cladosporinnt herbarunt, Rhizopus nigricans, and. TL•eu:nio'iu,u el:gcr,s almost completely in 100 pg amount whereas diacetozyscirpenol shows this effect onlv in the last mentioned funrus. Thamnidiunt ate^a::s is ve.v sen. iit1R. W 8u nl)TVCVAns so 3 r lcscca. h ~Sk,
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1 tt "'s 5.P. r- Relationa Between Substrate Feeding Pattern and Development of Filamentous Bacteria in Activated Sludge Processes Part I: tnfk"4f+'tieesi Pseirl~li~l J. Houtmeycrs, E. van den Eyndc. It. Poffe, and H. Verachter[ . ` ' . soats soe. I:uropeari J. Appl. Microbiol. Riotechnol. 9, 63-77 (1980) Labocstorium voor Induscricle Microbiologic and Biochcmic. Ksth. Univ. Leuven, Kardinale Mercierlaan, 92, B-3030 Heverlee, Louvain, Belgium l i Summary. Laboratory scale activated sludge systems were operated under re- gimes gimes of continuous or intermittent feeding of substrate. It was found that con- tinuously tinuously fed systems repeatedly resulted in the development of filamentous ~ bacteria and bulking of the sludge. Intermittently fed systems did form good settling sludges, without filamentous bacteria. The same results were found us- ing different sludge loadings and different concentrations of mixed liquor sus- pended solids. High dissolved oxygen concentration did not prevent bulking in i continuous systems while low dissolved oxygen concentration resulted in bulk- ing f ing with intermittently fed systems. It was found that the substrate removal rate of intermittently operated systems was always higher than for continuously fed systems. The hypothesis is formulated that intermittent feeding leads to o 3r) n n',lhig~r sut~strat~ reyva~{ates by floc forming bacteria and their predominance 'in ermt~tten~(y f sy~tlems, which can be compared to plug flow systems. ib +, "I"1-"Wr" 4 . .
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._._...,~.~. -...__... ._.~..':..... _._ ..._...•.,....b.....•........_a...-- 5d25 S 5976 ~ ~ XX 1•feF-H-701-•73 ._. ,:• l.arg,r•an: /ni•cled iri G'rtc[ 11ri(aur' !b. Ponlr• Sci., 3.4 i 7-zs. 1973 4 ~ ~'~.~'~~I~f0"' M1~TT :`~ QUA:TJT1'Y~~~ POiJ LTRY f,. • J. M. nrl;>rvEar•.~ nN'n J. P. Vo1:Ts Dtparlrnent oJGcncral and Adrrstrial .WicroLrolo;y, I'acraty ~J .4gric:dtural Scicnres, Univcrsity of Cent, Cou,)urc .533, goao Ccnt, L'elgiun•: , SYL OP I Reecived for vublication toili Pcbruary 1972 TThe dctcrioration of prcpackcd poultry in relation to the oxygen pcrmc:bility of thc packiu; film was studicd. Bacterial 9rowtli at 4°C was inltibitcd by using a shrinkablc l)olyx•inylcljloridc filut with a pcrmcability to oxygen of approximatFly 500 m1/n12 9,1- h I atm but was little afCcctcd N•;hcn a strctcliahlc poly-vinyichloridc film with a pcrmc.ihility of approxiniatcly 35oo ml/m= ~a lh r atm was ;:scd. An advanced spoilage flora was o4s:;rvcd with an tu:,trctcl:cd and unsiirunk polycthyIctic fim. t oo /cn1 tlsick and wit.h an oxygen pct•mcal}i?ity of ~ bo << 50o ml; rn"- 21 h r atm. In this case the bacterial. growtli procccdcd at the same rate 1s in -- e:!1.t11-tcl:ccl .chickcw, 0 3 cl n 11 fl Q)9 ? 2 _ _ . " . _ _. _ . .-- • ----_._.._.._._._,....._..__....•_. _.....~.J
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50255 597? ~.-.-- . . .. _.:.a.:r.~..~. . 1OtJNPfAL OF i'OLYMER SCtENCB: IbtjnwrCitawi,es~d;tio. YOt., 12. :osS-tob3 (t9li) \. 7A IocI tt 7 2 t e- 5 Influence of Fine. Structure on tlie Pyrolysis of j . , Jerusalem, Israel Synopsis The effects of orientation upon the pyrolysis of cellulase.rere investigated by u_ing a series of rayon fibers which differed only in orientation. The initial. weight loz;i :een in low-temperature vacuum pyrolyiis 6 due to cro=ilinking in the le:w ordered regions and was shown to be a 8r;t-order reaction a•ho.e rate varies directly with the degree of orientation. The extent of this reaction decrewes with increasing orientation and is directly related to the amount of char formed at higher temperatures. The bulk pyrolysi.i rate incremes with increasing orientation. DSC, air pyrolysis ratea, and le.oglucaan formation were also studied. In Parts I and II of this investigation.'•= the effects of both crystallinity and orientation on the pyrolysis of cellulo.:e in the presence and ab=rnce of o!tygen were studied. It was shown that increasing orientation sccelcrates ' towards levoglucosan formation. In the presence of air, however, increas- ing orientation decreases the pyrolysis rate, apparently by limiting the the rate of vacuum pyrolysis of cellulose and also increases the tendency per,mep~ilit.y ofshe qell*se to ox}gen. Since these effects of orientation I Cellulose. III. TiWIndemwlr=-uf-fd4¢ttiiaQ.w, ~t A. BASCFI and AI. LEWI\, The Israel Fiber Inslilu[e,
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5025s 5974 a ~. Ga 1;l to') 0 III Du2-76 •INFLUEN~~,,QZ,;ONE Otl Tf1E A$L'tdDANCE 0! NITROUS OXIDE IN TltE.r S.P. . STliATQSPHERE. = G. E. SINEL'NIKOVA / Earlier calculations of the abundance of N20 in t he stratosphere have been supplemented by taking into account the formation of Ni0 in the reaction ,between nitrogen and ozone and the destruction of N20 caused by 0 in the stratosphere in addition to photodissociation. The three factors have been '. determined at vleights varying from 15 to 55 km. T he results show that the loss of N20 with altitude up to 25-30 km due to the slow transport of N20 to the stratosphere is compensated by the formation of N20 in the reaction of N2 and 03 at these alti- tudes. The destruction of N20 by oxygen at altitudes above 30-35 km is negligible in comparison with the formation of N20 from N2 and 03. 1.1 t.- 0 11l ( 3Z5 g(5, ~ 0 6, /l oo. P.ei <n ..an .nkcn"n Lye1Ui1(11fOPo IIL`(ICIIOCit Iin;IW Il TOM iGC (18iiOHC (()il;llof0 OI(C"1118, ocl(o1181111a11 t!a wtcTpy%ICnra.1l.nl.lX n:+urpc/tu/l~ c'ICnIw- cTlt TC4.PI1nA R nplf;tnll'.lo+t rllnle NOPn. IiaY. 81111110. nT:1114IIN (ICa~'.16T:1TnH 1u1C"ICT1 rIV ff1rN111 11 (: _"if14111.1%,1t 11q(•1ti,lnnl,ii nn- ~~ ~ ....._._,~_...~_.__,....._. . _~_ . .
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50255 5986 --~-- Tozrroto~r, S F}9 6 '.$4St'„~ .1 , -0 ,-EL:vier/North-HoUand, Anuterdam -Yrinl.i ir.Th.N~e-t=ndi III Du -75 TOXICITY OF AEROSUI. PROPELLANTS IN THE RESPIRATORY AND S: P 2 CIRCULATORY SYSTEMS . V VII. fNftMW4!VVVtftAMA RliBM!!!VldW A'! ~.1Wl~~s i TETSUYA WATANABE and DOMINGO M. AVIADO Department of Pha•macology, Univenity of Pennsyl:nnia School of Afedicine, Ph:7adetphla, Pa. 19174 (U.S.A. (Received May 25th, 1974) SUMMARY Experimental induction of pulmonary emphysema caused an increase in sensitivity of the rat to toxicity froin inhalation of propellants. The emphy sematous rat showed an exaggerated reduction in pulmonary compliance in response to inhalation of trichlorofluoromethane (FC 11). In emphyse- matous and nonemphysematous rats without anesthesia the inhalation of FC 11 caused tachycardia, arrhythmias and other abnormalities in the elec- trocardiogram. The +achycardiac response was eliminated by induction of barbiturate anesthesia, which increased the sensitivity of the heart to occur- rence of abnormalities in the electrocardiogram in response to inhalation of rn>> _. ....as .... ..s rr.n io% .,a a:~.. ....~ti..... ~~ tl .0 tl o 0) 9 9 2
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. : ~ :~ ., . . _ ... . ~ . .._ ~__... ..__ _ , 50255 s9ee xNFLUMM OF RAW }lA9.`".RTh2..~ a*F TtiF =t.i1S GS-11~*4tlNTMi I~ITt~Ix~~: 75 VIII Rel s.p. Chem. Premysl. 12, 4a4-8G (1962) ry: V. Kalab, K. Petru and V. Valica The newly developed methods for the productiot; of c-caprolactan from cyclohexanc or toluene have, so far, been unable to replace the classical method for the production of thic hexanone oxime is prepared by the compound from cyclohexanone. The cyclo- reaction of cyclohexanone with a solution of hydroxylamine sulfate, which re:.~ults from the hydrolysis of hydroxylanine diamr^onia sulfite f(1ilc1) so3)2r:0:1J. The Iatter is prepared from 11H1 `1:S03, a:nmonium -a qe 4ot;er yield in the prc:pnr.3tian of
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VI Re -81 1033-f0l~`'" S. P.9 ! Aisa.-Niir•_ Atm. = IsRO. 34, . 50255 5987 INFLUENCE OF SOME FIXING AGENTS OF NITRITE AND NITROGEN OXIDE ON FORMATION OF NITROSAMINES. t INt'LUENC$ DE QE1El.QUES Bi.E)Ql1ANTS DU NITRITH' ET. DE L'OXYD18AZO't`IQUE` SUR LA PRODUCTIAN DE NITROSAMINES ~ _.]~~ta„'$ , A. FEOUIN, J.P. BIDARD, Danitle JonDEAU Ct J. BAZILE C Stn t dtt Rtr•h 'rrhtt a~l ~uitt,USur 'le Olid va ~ rr Rrrr/xril IJa LtrwlGtir~Prnet r ~ 61 dF- ~ FAjiWCE L'incidence des ecides placturonique, gallique, acEtylneuraminique, de 1'ascorbate, de I. cyxt(inr, du ItIujWhiun et de 1'imidaauk sur In furmatiun de dimEthylnitrosamine et de diHhylnitrusamine est btudife en milieu aqueux simple contenant 4 taux de niuite (30. 100. 300 et 1 000 ppm) et ks 2+mines, en Wmpsuaiwn de temuinx. Les nitrusaminex wnt duzEa:c pur I. rnfthude dc Tt:ri iMi (cunGrmEe rar phulolyse). ~- o3 n o n n o~9 9 -- I -- '~-',~_. S~.R~
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Fmossamm 50255 5995 0 3 81 X Ko 2 TOBACCO--SMOKING--HEALTH EFFECT/ , Gastroenterology 80 (6) 1451-3 (1981) ; /Influence o moking on Healing Rate of I Doodenal _lcer in Response toh-~~~ ~ Cimetidine'or High-Dose Antacid/.,,, Cn ® c M. ,G. KORMAN, R. G. SHAW, J. HANSKY, G. T. SCHMIDT, ank"A. I. STERN - I Castroenterology Unit, Prince Henry's Hospital. Melbourne. Victoria. Australia study of the healing rate of duode with one of two established reg; tensive antacid therapy (3) using ' H= receptor antagonist, cimetidine the influence of cigarette smokin~ rates was examined. Materials and Methods Fifty consecutive patients with symptomatic endo- scopically proven duodenal ulcer were randomized double-blind to Mylanta II or cimetidine treatment schedules. Smoking habits were noted, but patients were not advised to alter these. Healing was deter- mined by reendoscopy at 6 wk. Eighty percent of pa- tots(~nQ'~tiv~cirr~eticlge d~% n active My- lanta II hod healed ot 6 wk not signi~icant); 85% of nonsmokers healed compared to 44% of smokers (p ;;'!"''"1x ak 'e-tyt t'~'k~lF?{"~ =01
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50255 5992 z" .,._..~__..~...~.~....<.-- - _.:~....J._.: . _ _ ''-'}M iNFLUENCE OF• SEYERAL FACTOAS ON IRE ~~ 1eC 10 SPl?QUT j.NG.QUALf TY, OF (JKLAIIOMA RR01,fN MUW BFAN$, ^69} on S~ ~.IS AUReUS Ru)g~, t7F Swvt. :'LA?, FACTOQS ON "!J!Z Op ~• Ji...,.. i;4. G~I•~~_~-~'a;1A ;RO;N ':: ,)i,G 3i:~.:o 5, '0:.i1S AUREUS :;31K3 , by L. L, 3, Cox. Okla. Ag,. F_ :pt. ScA. Hmisc;cipt N;.bl.iog. of 1:;;r. G;;172, Vol. ?.4, .io. c;, if-' () 0 3 n a 0 0 0 9 9 9a
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w .....M~MrM . 50255 5971 II Mes 76 S•p• FISH/ INFLUENCE OF ORGAMC POLLUTION .,ON,_ TliE D'NSMl AND PLRODUC`6"IONOF TROUT EN'*A W1SCGi~SiN STREAM' By Oscar M. Brynildson & John W. Maso It took three years following the construction of new sewa;e treat facilities for a wild browrt trout (Salmo trutta Linnaeus) population to re its former numbers after being nearly destroyed by organic pollution. Four A~'.i ST19AC7 after pollution abatement wild brown trout eaceeded their prepollution s levels, and both production and numerical density of trout continued t until the completion of the study in 1973. The highest annual production highest biomass of wild brown trout in the study area was 39.6 g/m2 458 kg/ha (409 lbs/acre), respectively, in a 713-zneter section in the centt the former zone of pollution during 1972-73. Before the fish kill in July, I Technical Bulletin No. 81 biomass of wild brown trout in April, 1963 was 219 kg/ha (195 lbs/acre) ir DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES section. The highest annual production of wild brown and domesticated hi Madison, Wisconsin brown and rainbow trout combined was 47.2 g/ni2 durino 1951 G2 in a I ' p f meter section of the former zone of pollution. ~ J." There were significant inverse relationships between numerical densi 1875 r' trout and the average length of wild brown trout in Seatember. 1972. Nume U 3 O .0 0 a 0 4 qensyY I age 0 wild brown trout alone accounted for 77 percent variability in the average length of this age group ici September, 1972. Whe number of older wild brown trout was added, an additional i 5 percent o ~j~hillly ip~urzcee_tenath af aa~ ~ ticild ~rn..~.+ ~._.~.~ .~ae +~~r~~~~lrct f ~
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_ ~....~,.. 50255 SleS _Kftiaw~_EksvE.w •/r! St4o.`T1i. A.awanf Dt.=f Cu.r•~-.. 1 'I'hc Aroma of Mack. Currar;ts ~ VII. The.In€luence of sorne PfEw-essin9-Pav1}new on.U-ae Amna of $lCack Eiurrants. f. z k/-:r G4j-, . Cum71a Karisson-Jcstr.im u+d C:rk -mSydow `s l:-7--._,:e' __._.r- S•xed;rs's 1!nstitute for Food Preservation Research (SIK) S-t0'J 21 GotetM:g 16 (Swcden) (Receivcd Febntary 13, 19Y. lwt 193J Xmt processing of kL~ck currant nr.ish a.hd juice xrts made i); a kbonrtory ojsernblv similar to an i^du;rn::! vacuvm boiler. 17u srolati:es were collected in a c,rld tr,: p spstetn Al ter ireat tr^atrncn: tl:e residue was res•:rded as jruce : or rrah) rr,•a;cd bs an 'opetr" sfKte:nr Hclj' o,i the condcnsste „xs added to ir::i/'ojthe residue and tliis kas re-,:rded as the ur%es~ardrns Cbsed",ys:err_ Coinparisons vx-re made by ac..•h'sur, :ice head space,r•^•s of ti:e various sate-les by ;a c/von ^t:'~•?z:l. 77te hearing of a juice or a nush in an "open" :vster,r c:.zi:ed an increase in tJ;e concentration of d:wet::'r1 wl;ide cnd a deriease in the concentrr:b:u of cll other canrpou:.ds, both t.hou di:afloearir.; and tirose bcin:~ Icr.'red bv i:cain; c!c;,c. AInSl of thc volatile MI4M7undf were recovered !n tbe roadensae. T,re l7rSriag in a"clofeij" ct•s cJ1c.°d dei rc'acos in tx avncrr.trtio:r of tl:e :er.^encs and increases in the ro:rcennatrons of ti;e ether con:pouris. T7re c'hcnyrs in the ~olatilts ~'cre L rk_r at leei:er tctrarcr.:ures tlutt at lower. 7he ada'itic+t oj rhe condcn:-r:e to the resrdue nvrng ryvent samples cJ,:c:d anr!?r-our.•;s cuu:orisirt? bcth olcazrt ar,d urr.le.sar.r odour eucG7::•s. U;3 ~l 0 tl C) 0 79 9 I Y
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S. P.9 !•wNln.- AuM. : 1"0. 34. 1033-1044 - 5025S 6001 , INFLUENCE 0ft SOME FIXING AGENTS OF NITRITE AND NITROGEN OXIDE ON FORMAT1dN OF NITROSAMI NES. 4, INFLUENCE DE QUELQUES BLOQUANTS DU NITRITE ET DE L'OXYDE AZOTIQUE SUR LA PRODUCTION DE NITROSAMINES , BIDARI) FltontN Dani2le JoMDeAU et J BAZILE P A J , , . . . . c*Strr •a res R.r A rrhes r~l ~arts,USu, 'r~ Olido ~ J Ir/O ntlJf~fIII ~JV'~ L.(1'pInllJarfnry/ / ' ' ~ OF- 2'JFIC,4ZE L'incidence des .cides Ralacturonique. pllique, scEtylneuraminique, de 1'ascorbate, de ts cyxti~ine. du RluL,hiun et de 1'imidanuk sur Is formatiun de dimEthylnitrosamine et de diEthylnitru.umine esl hudiEe en milieu aqueux simple contenant 4 taux de nitrite (50, 100, 500 et 1 000 ppm) et kx 2 amincs, en .vmparafwn de temuinY. Lac nitrusaminex wm duwEa% par Is mfrhode dc Teri tw (contirmte par phulolyse). o3aac~a ~ oqo_-7 : s. . ... »_
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..•.,. .. - _ _ .......~,~. ..x _. 5025S 6003. 4l ff/9 79) y77KIITA-gn S.p. : ~ i _-W-'.-••, The- influeaw e!'*o» a.wptramsmitter substances and drugs on the secretion of corticotrophin releasing hormone by the rat hypothalamus iir vttr8' BY JcrsA C. Bvexnei3A-.t and J. R. HonaES. Department of Pharmacology (Neuro- endocrine L'nit), Royal Free Hospital Clinical Sciencea Building, London N iY3 2QC3 The production of corticotrophin releasing hormone (CRH) by the rat hyPothala- rnus in ritro (Bradburv, Burden, iiillhouse & Jones, 1974; Buckingham & Hodges, 1977) was studied in the presence and absence of various ncurotransmitter substances and drugs, which mimic or antagonize their actions, in an attempt to characterize the receptors involved in the control of the secretion of the hypothalamic hormone. Acetylcholine (10-1= to 10-' .Nt in the presence of phy,sostigmine 10-9:+t), bethanechol (10-1 to 10-4 30 and nicotine (10-8 to 10-s 3t) caused dose-related increases in the CRH content of both the hypothalami and the media in which they were incubated but the maximal responses to acetylcholine were considerably greater than those to either bethanechol or nicotine. The actions of acetylcholine appeared to be effected by stimulation of both muscarinic and nicotinic receptors since they were antagonized by 030 0n0 1 •0 0 0 8 I
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URIS3,8103 i~ipu-lllj 'T"-u . " Hiv3H '~ alvN90 Stst uSS .~;~ mo1 Brifll 'f inVd • . • • SZOOS t6/EO , srt~up : ,. &EO ZOSa OS'ES OH d LL ' (YS{'a) 3mOZ0 OIS.inLSOZYoIS No SkaA3 sOlO$d .' ` Ofl!£-9LN SYTOS Y e0 it0!i3Ai3uI (£LL&L-X-wJ,-YSYH) . - . ` a ; ~ . . ~. ~~053 `1, M J"A 3 i~, 31-010Z]d IN77,03) V '40-i-ONUMMI z,tVOL•UoI . M . tr:~ad~xd , _ L ZnQ. I.II! , 0 . . , 666S SSZOS
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50255 6000 81 VI Pa NICOTINE--EXTRACTION/TOBACCO--FLAVOR & ODOR/ RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET 81 VI Pa Park, T. K.; Kim. K. K. (Korea Tobacco Res. Inst., Dep. Raw Tobacco, Kor.) A STUDY ON THE REDUCTION OF HARMFUL COMPOUND IN CIGARETTE SMOKE. PART;. I. INFLUENCE Ol03OLVL'NT E7CfEtAC'1Z0Nw,&P Hanguk Nonghwa Hakhoe Chi. 22, No. 1, 58-63 (1979) (in Japanese with English summary) Keywords: /cigarette smoke/,/tobacco/,/extraction/,/solvent/ nicotine, cured, constituent; nitrogen, cured, constituent; hydrogen ion concentration, smoke, constituent; tar, smoke, constituent. The solvent extracting of the tobacco has been carried out in order to find out any effects for the removal and/or reduction of nicotine from tobacco without affecting the tobacco flavor. We have now completed the 4 3 ~ 0 n o I 7 0 0 6 ~- ---
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~J _ . _. . . . . ,_._:. . w., _, .., . . o n y 22140 Y'~tieti-e"OP' stoi~at21 mover~en~s the h drocaa Irtternetional. Scientific ussets . 2r4, pr5 PROC Ew1 NGS OF 11HESECOND TNfTERNATt: ONAL .SC.IENTIFIC TOSACCO CON6-R1:.SS, J'UNE t958, I ,. . Fede.t'ab ;3 Pub lis'rad :`.-'~r% d t1 r1 0 1 0 0!?. Y
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So2ss 5998 4~. 6" . ", lr , . .31pleCIYNCe a chemleaco vyllvy :vlrst 1S e . 1970 Ce1 2 OL eI ( viiv dusitanu a dusi6nanu sodn6ho na obsah karotcnoidu a vitam6nu A ve vejcich nosnic (2h T ~ influence of mWhya,~tdLe and ,g4,Wte upon the content }, i ofMo noidsand ~es of layera,/~~ ~cc N ~ In a trial v-ith layers we followed the influence of graded sodiwn nitrite (0,6-1,2 %) t;nd sodium nitratE (0,6-3?°) levels in feed ration upon the quality of eggs from the viewpoint of ege yolk pigmentation and vitrunin A as well as its provitamin. contents. With scxliurn nitrite levels (0,6-1,2 %) total carotenolds In the egg yolk decreased on the average by 61,1%, the carotene content by 21,4% and the vita- min A content by 14% as against the control grou;r and also the egg yield went doRm considerably. The application of sodium'nitrste levels (0,6-•3%) effr;t^d mi lovbb the contrarv an inreolc.. " f4s a~nonoio0 o4
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50255 5989 MaE.lo ?'kNCE TO BACFF.RIA3. -laI1:T IN '103ACCa. • SbZdSTAl7CIC3 (IF RE- a:~~ Tfl ;;IAt QLLT i.:i 'iCUCCO, h,y F. C. `iW1. 7) 4~J1•'S-2 . :.... I
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TAUt}R3 I}E ~s j GnsTRO-I~1?~TT{oa~qSsaRprZDlf-oF i~tilcs ~(1968) i S;,Yc+hn ;~ 1.iL'pT:.,•Ti` v,v.J:n. ..+_ f,Tj ,' ~Ls,~ ~ 1 ,*...SE ~ : O.i nr ~.....~•f Yr:edW. do 4"Itazt-acie Wh. 3, 32.-529 t~ ~;;7) o.~0 n 0 0 i 0 o l 7
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• 50255 6008 ! V. Isww>itwx, A. SErr and N. P. St:ccx Dlvisionof Microbiology Plant and Soit 36, 717-718 (1972~ Indiau Agrfcultural Research Institute New tklhl-12 (India) 1~~ ~ sprsy~ug. e+l~ aodulatlon swmma,y ant••ptel& of !'ha,#aohr&aure.us L.: s In a pot experiment usina sterilized soil, it was sho%.-n that snrayin; with 1.0% sucrose solution significantly increased nodulation, grain yield and nitrogen uptake by Phaseolus aureus L. . ! ~ Several nitrogen-fixing organisms i: s 4 s• have been observed on the leaf surface of cerealslike wheat, padd}•, maize, and legumes li ke co..-pea, pea, gram, berseem, and vegetable crops, but the fixation of nitrogen is usually small because of the quantity of sugar in the exudates. Van Schreven % sprayed the leaves of pea plants growrt aseptically in quartz sand with 0.5°o sucrose solution at intervals of 3 to 4 days and observed an increase in the ..•eioht of nodules and the aiuount of nitrogen fixed by symbiosis. The present investi- gation was undertaken to see if similar results could be obtained with a trop- ical legume such as Phascolus aureus L. (Baisai:hi tnoong) by inoculating seed..•ith a peat-based inoculant of an e(ficient strain RhizoGiur.i sp. (cownca). The plants were sprayed with 1;; sucrose every.reek from the seedling stage for six weeks till pods began to appear. The results of the experiment are shown in Table 1.chich indicate ihat spraying with i„ sucrose significantl~• increas- r - _ ----- ~ ~ t . - . -. ---_-_...- ,...~ ~......~.._._ 0 3 n 0 n o 10 0. 1 4
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~._. .A.. , Y.: 562SS 6007, Ve -'~- 7NRt~liCE t~- S11&ST'l~N68S ~X'7F~AC'i~D ~ROM CIGARXTfB-SMKR ON 1''1TTOTIC PROCFSSES A A}MUUM CEPA. IN A G1 [:U?1 CEP14. Yenema, C. THE INFWk'NCE OF SUBSTAtt CI'5 EKiACTED fROM C[GARFTTt.-SfheKE ON M1TCT1G PRDCESSES 0 3~ ~ n 0 1 J0 1-3---
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_,.,~, . .........,. .....+~a~w. . .., . ~A 50255 6010 IXRe2-81 ~~Qt s Nouv. Presse 10(11)911(1981) INFLUENCE OF SMOKING ON-CARBOXYHEMOGLOBIN AND ERYTHROCYTE FILTRATION InfNf.noi dr bbaphnN s~1r/~ry~fo~ryhM~ bino et anr It Mfr.tlw M"rooymi% Le tabagisme constitue un facteur important dans I'Etiolo- gie des affections vasculaires. Lagrue [ IJ, Etudiant Ia d6formabilitE des hEmaties (techni- que de filtration de Reid [21,a montrE que le tabagisme est kIui seul un facteur capable d'altbrer It dEbit de filtration brythro- cytaire et ceci, meme en condition a aigue •. Cet auteur n'Emet que des hypothtses quant au mEcanisme d'action. Ce travail Etudie I'influence du taux de carboxyhEmoQlo- bine (HbCO) sur le temps de filtration Erythrocytaire (techni- que de Reid), Ies autres facteurs de risque vasculaire btant maintcnus constants. 0 3 ~ 0 n 0 1 9 0 ! 6 D. VANUXEM, C. GUILLOT, Ch. GRIMAUD l.abaratoire d'Et0laaoaa Foectiameks Respiratoires (Pr Grimaud) h6Qiul Salvala, 219, bd de SaintaMarpurite. F 13009 h/arsc+lle I. L.aQueG.,MarcelG.A.,FweAaG.,GaIaisM..SranellecA. :Dbformabi- lilb HyMrocytaire : iaflueece du tabaDsme e1 des facteurs de risque vascq- l:re. Now. rrcrre Med, 1979, d. 10"19•I0S 1. 2. Rdd N.L., Ranra A.J., Lech. 1.P., Doreandy 1.A.. Dormardy T.L. : A Simple wiethod for ateasurias erytMocyte deformability. !. Clix. rarhol., t976.19, ~sstisti. 3. Vanuaem D.. Guilol C.. Grimaud Ch. : Tabapsme et monoxyde dc car- bone. Rttp.alion, Iltitl, 40. 136111. ........ ....
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0 NICOTINE--INSECTICIDES/ 7 7 XII St RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHELT 77 XII St Strceter, L. R. *(no affil.)* INFLUENCE OF TEMPERATURE AND HUMID:ITIF'_UPON' THE VOLATILIZATION OF NIClYf 1NEi FROM TOBACCO DUST-LIME HYDRATE MIXTURES. Jour. Econ Entomol. 18, p. 590-93 (1925) (in English) *Note date~ - A little water addcd. to the tobacco dust-lime hydrate mixtu're insures the more - ' rapid evolution of thc nicotine, the moisture being more important than tcmperature. 'During recent years, the use of tobacco dust and other nicotine- containing containinq material as an insecticidc has come into vcry conimon prac- t•~ .1.__.~---------- -
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r....:r. ... .,_:~.-:~.... _ .. . ~ . .. 50255 5994 Nouv. Presse 10(11)911(1981) I4X`PRe2-81 FI TRAT~I01~ ,SM0KIM6 ONt~1RBOXYHEMOGLOBI/~ AND ERYTHROCYT~` Infltfenc* du - tabagism. st1T•M'es#1%5xyhMnbWot i bins at sur Is filtration 6rythrocytalre I Le tabagisme constitue un facteur important dans I'Etiolo- gie des affections vasculaires. Lagrue 111, Etudiant la d6formabilitE des hEmaties (techni- que defiltration de Reid (2J, a montrE que le tabagisme est D lui seul un facteur capable d'altErer It dEbit de filtration Erythro- cytaire et ceci, meme en condition e aigut .. Cet auteur n'Emet que des hypothtses quant au mEcanisme d'action. Ce travail Etudie I'influence du taux de carboxyhEmotlo- bine (HbCO) sur le temps de filtration Erythrocytaire (techni- que de Reid), les autres facteurs de risque vasculaire dtant maintenus constants. ' a~n on o i ooo_o D. VANUXEM, C. GUILLOT, Ch. GRIMAUD t.abaa/orr d'Eaoloraaa Functianeles Rapiratoires (Pr Grimaudl h6ptil S.Nua, 249, bd de Sainte-Marpte.ite. F 13009 Marsdlle I. LaOueG.. Mrcel G.A.. FwteherG.. Gatiais M., Srandlec A. : Dffarma6i- iitt hythrocytare : iaAuencedu taba0sme et des facteurs de rispe vascp- trrre. Norrv. Presse Med, N79.d. dM10s1. 2. Rwd N.L., trtw A.1., lack. J.P.. Dar.aady 1.A.. Doreutdy T.L. : A Simpic trtaftod for ee.writR .rytlmoeyte defonrubility. J. CAa. IatAol., 1176,", 835-858. 3. Varwxan D., GuiIa C., Grimaud Clt. : Tat>aasme et monoxyde de car- baas. Rei/1..rJon. 1"D, 40, 13t< M 1. - Y . ... -r - . . . 1
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TOBACCO--SMOKING--PASSIVE/ ~ VI Re9-78 S.P. RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET VI Req-78 s.p Brunnemann, K. D.; Adams, J. D.; Hoffmann, H. 0.; Hoffmann, D. (American Health Found. Div. Environ. Carcinogen., Calhalla, N. Y., THE INFLUENCE OF TOBACCO SMOKE ON INDOOR ATMOSPHERES. II. VOLATILE; AND TOBACCO SPECIFIC NITROSAMINES IN MAIN AND SIDESTREAM SMOKE AND THEIR CONTRIBUI TO INDOOR POLLUTION.i , Unpublished manuscript - confidential, 5 p. (1977) (in English) Constituents too numerous to list. ~~...._._.____. .-._-....__r_. ......-i.r_._-_....~-.~.._._ _ ChemicaZ-anaZytical data uere presented r to illustrate the concentrations of N- ~niti,osarnines and other co,npounds in main- and sidestream smoke of oiyarettes. The amount jof volutile nitrosamines in the sidestreaM s,aoke exceeds that of the mai-ns tream smoke by t.p to 50 tines. This observation led to rrodel studies and analyses of air in train b:r cars, a local bar and other indoor atn:os- ~l_hcr.°s polZuted_by tabacco smvke. The resuZts 0 3[) 01 0, 1 0•0 2. 7
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.. .,+rwr. - . ._~. ,.. ~'L~`72.6 50255 6009 ~~IQ~ttlNC~ 0~`"'Stg:~?~Dt~ G~i0t3P'~AN~'~1iFX1~, ' it~;~F~T~OR&,Olt Tft* DIS'M Wl IbN -Oi' FbADI0CO8AL'r. I~1:•.~'fi~ 9~~ KATtS`IN3~ktl~t.1.ULA~ ~AN~'LL~.S''~F TkWMMB Oy I .asc:,c3 S. ?•-n•; rard. Anna].s of the :30w York Ac:3c4cmy of Snienc :s Augu:=t 29. - IN ij~t
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TCuACiO--SF:OK?',1~--:~ :ietAL E}tPEP.i:`F.''.dTS/ ^N 50255-6022 73 X Sy F..J2 CLIrI,cs NO. I': ''pt::.c:r X Sy i S~'7r'o110V, ~i. N. jGn)1ov].n, Y. di. ; TL":dtSiC?.ya3. E. ('i. n :iin. Y,ea1ti:, :1-:~a-n.ta, L'SS7) E!~, . Khir. txer-tc:.io1. 15 (:;o. 5) 23-26 (1971) (In iwssi.sn with Eng1i::-, ; Trans2ation) ; ~ t.lc_73, No. 13, Sl 52F5f: Tol,acco ine.dici.^e: ~~. .. ... ..•. w.xr+. .. . . - ..-....-, . . .. . ~ . .. ... . . . . . o 3 cl 0n n J 0 o '>, A J
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502 S5 6025 U.S. ENERGY RESEARCH DEVELOPMENT ADMINISPATI0N/'' _ TOBACCO--SMORE--CHEMICAL COMPOSITION/TOBACCO--FLUE-CURED--CHEMICAL COMPOSITION/ TOBACCO--CHEMICAL COMPOSITION/ 78 IX Gr-79 ~ ~ RJR CLASS N0. PA*PKLET 78 IX Cr-79 Griest, W. H.; Guerin, M. R. '" (Oak Ridge Nat. Lab., Anal. Chem. Div., Oak Ridge, Tenn., U. S.) ` INFLUEPW !f!1"'TODACCd,TYPE'.6*-SMOiM'C0M"SITIOtiyl National Cancer Inst.; U, S. Energy Res. Develop. Admin., p. not numbered (1979) (in English) " * o * Constituents too numerous t list _ r:Serious~limitations of the data available in the litcrature pre- vent any detailed iled conclusions concerning the chemistry of Oriental ~ and Maryland tobaccos. Also, origin, variety, curing practice, aiid stalk position of the tobacco can have a gre•:ter effect on smoke composition than does changing the tobacco type. A sta,:dardized~ approach to the collection and reporting of data is clearly necessary ~before any quantitative comparisons can be made of the smokes from the U.S. PUBLIC HEALTH SERVICE, NATIONAL INSTITUTE HEALTH, IVATIONAL CANCER INSTITUTE/ variuus tohncco t pes.
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_ _.,.,,,,., . 50255 6027 TOBACCO--FILLING CAPACITY/ 3' '. _..__-or .. _ RJR CL 1SS ti0. TRA.\SLATI0;1 Smit, It. (Tu-r^ :c Tobacco Co. N.V., Zevenaar, Neth.) TIiE: I.FLUE:.£-L: 0L VARLO:;g- I.T~:'~g-RATi~'FES UPOV THS FIi.LI:TGr. . L.'Zu~..- Seitr. TabaI:forscn. 3(:7o. 1) 39-44 (1965) - Previous Reference (Germr,n 0; i;in: 1- Co-:~Iete Enrlish Translation Available N'o•a) - *tiote date.* --°•-:+-,- I t i ! , ,.+ .. ..;, -. ~:~ ,
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50255 6026 . ..~. ~.. . - ~~.- -.. . . , 0 -! ;i 1 ~ . 4,~1 774fuac, .^, 9 3 a - 73 7 (iC/ 7t -.d _ -Wod'k_ 77InRuence of the Tropopause Height on the Global Stratospheric Aerosol s~ p t B.urdea-4nd Implications for th.- Recen0namm in Ozone D. J. HOF3rANX, J. M. ROSEN AND T. J. PF.PIN Dbpt..f PAytks ond A:rronou,y, vaPratily of Il'yrarfs j, Larw,ris 820T! 14 December 1973 and 21 June 1974 AABSTRACT Seaaonal tropopause height variations are utilized in stud)ing the global stratospheric aerosol burden and possible ozone asymmetries and long-term variations. It is concluded that an intimate relationship between tropopause height and total stratospheric aerosol exists and that seasonal fluctuations in tropo- pause height may be responsible for at least a portion of the north-sonth hemisphere total ozone asymmetry and the recent long-term increase trend in total ozone. a temperature sounding of the lower atmosphere corresponding increase in stratospheric water vapor. It (<30 km) is the eencrallv abruot break in the nccative is the nutnose of this note to.Doint out the additional Although one of the most characteristic signatures of the last 1S years may be connected with an apparent 0 3 0 Cl n n i 0 0 32
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. _.,..,...,_ I TOBACCO--AGRICULTURE/ TOBACCO--IRRIGATION/ + 50255 6020 74 VII Te ~ PA?iPHLET 74 VII Te 0 f . RJR CT~SS N :a. Terry, D. L. (N. C. State t;niv., .°.alei3h, '1. C., U. S.) r3FLUEtiC : OF TCBACCO PLA:.: CA::GPl' ON PERCOLATIOr. Ir (%N. C. State Univ., Tobacco Reprint Series No. 424, 1973) Agron. Jour. 65, 794c96 (Sept./Oct. 1973) (in English) *1974, t:o. 6, W 195S* *d* Tobacco asricu7.ture: _.i.~ , ..+... . .. &.r - ....Y• - - ...... _ ........_-..J9_ r,ui_, .,r T
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OBESITY/ORAL CONTRACEPTIVES/CANCFR--KIDNEYS/CANCER--rEOx:RAPFtICAL/ CANCER--CAUSATION BY NOR`tONF.S/CARCINOGENESIS/TU*tORS--RES1?ARCH/ CAT?CHOLAMItiE: yEOPLASMS/CANCER--ETIOLOGY/ADT:NOMA/CANCER--BREAST/CANCF.R--CERVIX/SE?OTONIN EffiTRO(:EhS/ ?3IOGENIC AMINES/ ~ .•. . PROLACTIN/ RC ~~ U%,/li %.Of e~ ~ PRnC;ESTERnVE% 268 ~'R(x;ESTIa:S/INSULIN/ • Ke 1979 i1C.nCORTICC IDS, ~~Hormj"~ n~:] ~ ' '~'' 11 R rT. ~ Tumor ._., Edttors v Development Volume I ; T CRC PRESS, INC. fBoca Raton, Florida 33431 r , tl n n Q ~0 0 3 7_ . Associate Professor Department of Clinical Biochemistr,. Sunnybrook Medical Centre University of Toronto Toronto, Ontario, Canada Russell Hilf, Ph.D. Professor of Biochemistry University of Rochester School of Medicine and Dcnt'istry Rochester, New York
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----- .- ~ ~ ,~. . .._~ 502 55 60 Z3 -- •~ PSYCHOLOGICAL MONOGRAPHS, Vol. 33, No. 3, whole No. 150/ SMOKING AND HEALTH/TOBACCO--SMOKING--tiIEALTH EFFF.CT/TOBACCO--SMOKINf;--HEART, ON/TOBACCO--SMOKIr:f',--PHYSICAL PERFORMANCE--EFFF.CTS/ ; EFFECTj I TS RJR CLASS N0. TEXTBOOK TS 2240 liu 1924 2240 Hull, C. L. Hu 1924 (Univ. Wisc., Madison, Wisc., U. S.) TiiE- INFLUENCE OF TOBACCO SMOKING ON MENTAL AND MOTOR EFFICIE!VCT, AR' EXPERIMENTAL INVESTIGATIONV" t ~mvcstigatcd revca an unmista a> c ui ucncc o smu.mg. ~~o 0 1 ~lhcse (pulse, tremor) are essentially physiologir,l:.Tlie intcrest of the present im•cstialtion, on the otbcr hand, is primarily in the ~ ~above, tt N%•I1l bc notcd that mi y tirce o t ie t 2 orms o uia '•k11' fl f 1•' 'f f Greenwood Press Publishers, Westport, Conn., 159 p. (1924) (in English) ~ Reprint of 1924 book. _ . /Ln a 6na1 r.•icwof the various cffccts ofinbacco'cmmi:ratcdy • 1 1 f l f f l•1 ' Imore strictly psychological processes. Of these, only one (addi- ,tion) shows an nnniistakable effect. Scvcral othcrs show cffccts with a fair dcgrce of rcliaUility, howcvcr, and arc entitled to con- + sideration. ProbaUly the two most sienificant tests of this intcl- ~ lectual group as rceealing the influcnce of smoking on mental ~ ciTicicncy, arc cumplcx mcntal addition and rote lcarning . . • -=------=--_ . .. ----- -- II--j- -n -A- -0 I C~ 0 2 q .
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_ - - ~.:, - - - - -._- 50255 6019 TOBACCO--Ir[OISTURE/TOBACCO:-SMOK'L--MOISTURE/ TOaACCO--SMOKE--PHENOLS/TOBACCO--SMOKE--NICOTINE/ . RJR TRANSLATION ~ . ,t , ' . ~ - ' RJR CLASS N0. TRANSLATION Neurath, G.; Ehmke, H.; Horstmann, H.. TI~~ I~I~'LUYNC~ Q~' 1'@aACCb 1~i0r'~TURE AN TlEW--C0WN2"@F MUwC0A3DENSA 'r. Beitr, Tabakforsch 2 (No. 7) 361-9 (1964) (in German - Complete English translation available.) *Keywords:* moisture, cured, constituent;. •' nicotine, smoke, constituent; • phenols, smoke, constituent. ~: Withincreasini moisture ` +contcnt thc'concnst of nicotine and phcnols increased in the side ~ stream condensate and decreased in the main stream cunden- . . ~ sate More condensate was formed fr